Inner performances

The Inner performances are examples of the demolition of subject and object, of concept, of material and their power relations.  The "works", while they view "without standing at a distance, they are not objects capable to explain the perception, nor subjects able to capture a perceived object," but internal performances that activate "themselves and all that fills them, extracting from themselves extended understanding which is co-presented there to the inner surface from one and only side."*  We did not direct our eyes to their sockets without changing our perceptions and manage a powerful blow to this miserable cultural tradition which sets up and reproduces roles and subject – object relations.

* Modified part from the book "The Fold: Leibniz and the Baroque" by Gilles Deleuze

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