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This is the truth of the world: it comes out of nothing, it is created, which means that it is unproduced, unformed, and not constructed. It is an alteration and a spasm of nihil. The world is an explosion and an expansion of an exposure (which can be called “truth”, or “meaning”). The chiasm of the body and of the world exposes exposure to itself—and with it, the impossibility to finally bring the world to the spirit, and bring meaning to significance. The body is a strangeness which is not preceded by familiarity.

Jean Luc Nancy from “Strange Foreign Bodies.” 2008 (translated by Liz Wendelbo

Photograph July 2013 – Tide Out, Morecambe Bay, Cumbria