AnaMary Bilbao • Wrong Wrong

Wednesday, 12 April 2017

“‘Plus jamais’ (never more) is perhaps the most definitive and peremptory declaration that language allows us, although mostly contradicted by the future’s reality. Its meaning can lead us either to that which will no longer return, or to what it takes time to come, and may constitute the very expression of its impossibility—thus creating an insoluble gap.” David Santos • Wrong Wrong

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