Clutch

ongoing (2017 - )

Clutch
- an often cruel or unrelenting control, power, or possession
- the act of grasping, holding, or restraining
- a tight or critical situation : a pinch

Obstacle
- something that blocks you so that movement, going forward, or action is prevented or made more difficult

Perceived by many as a virtue, order is critical process of maintaining efficiency. Once it is disturbed, entropy becomes tangible and possible to be observed plainly. Each line, each angle and plane turn uneven, distorted and undone. In this act of decomposing trickery and self-vandalism, the board pieces get reshuffled. Variants iterate in all possibilities with limitless outcomes, enabling the most abstract arrangements of structures, agents and the environment.

A probe is stranded in this irrational contraption. It attempts to assess the volume, capacity and corridors to comprehend the exhaustive, gasp-inducing environment. The space becomes derivative with each iteration, invalidating any logic. It is an endless flux that for not one moment remains the same. Anti-aliasing amplifies and distorts. An overdriven ambience feeds back, mandating any continuity impossible. In such a narrowed perspective, there is always something that manifests itself as out of place. Distinct objects – misplaced and confused, are no longer functional, nor symbolic.

A confusion, mischief, lost bearing – a dazed gaze. An OCD in negative. In a rogue labyrinth, any attempt to remain coherent is due to be dismissed. There’s no stepping back now, yet no destination anymore – the agent drifts through self-constituted, decaying realm. A phantom soars – of all order wound and unfulfilled. Air becomes incommensurate and expands, the pressure drops. There will be no harmony and the final project will never be achieved.

In this congealed theater, every subject mutates and degrades into complete meaninglessness, ultimately turning into spatial obstacles, programmed to decrease efficiency and produce reluctance.

No object here hulks above the others.


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