Manipulated States of Consciousness: An Artistic Exploration of Perception, Sensation and Immersion
Rolando Rodríguez Guízar – Jessica Arianne Rodríguez Guízar
If we assume “peace” as a sign that has been inherited, with it we also inherit a whole series of previous constructions presumed as absolute truths. It’s evident that we can’t think of peace in the middle ages, as we think it today.
The human being, as a project of projects, has the condition of being able to transmute, through updating. We build “peace” as a sign, first, from a human perspective that thinks its space/time, ejected it towards the future, but at the same time reflecting its past. Second, as a subjective constructed concept that fills the cultural and social space/time it inhabits
We have poems, essays, novels about peace. We inherited sonatas, hymns, sublime arias on the subject. Images that come from the memories and images that are passing by and we build to embrace and quote them. But, peace is a personal construct. It contains complexity, uncertainty and speculation statements, lightness form the three letters that make it up in Spanish, and it’s a short whisper that transits in images through a street without being transited.