embroidery photography | 2003
The gesture intended as an issue of instant (of interruption, of break); the gesture as destiny. Gesture as speech disorder. The gesture as the infinitive of a message.
CODED reveals something about the gesture as far as it designs it as a lie. The imagination of a false gesture, which is designed at purpose as something that will not work, refers in a way to Giorgio Agamben’s diagnosis of loss of gesture: negation as indication of being missing.