Gravity lends weight to all objects and causes the tides, but it can also be used to connote seriousness and depth, or a metaphorical weight or tide. If gravity is another word for seriousness, lightness connotes levity, humour and flippancy.
Why have we always been thinking in “straight lines” when Lucretius had already observed the swerve as a permanent change of motion?
Words exist because of meaning.
An alternative city walk - unexpected situations expected!
Présentation du numéro 46 de Artpress2 'Philosophie de François Jullien. Des concepts proposés à l'art'
The photo installation “Horizon in Motion” by Anderwald + Grond on the glass façade of the CCA, Congress Centre Alpbach plays with the figur of Atlas.