MOTIONS IN COMPOSSIBLE SPACE 

… because, in the end, dizziness which I call ambiguity, is compossibility.
François Jullien, Interview, Paris, May 26, 2015 


There is a known correlation between the microscopic world and the macroscopic one. While looking at the infinitely small, you realize with amazement that atoms and particles move and interact just like planets do, as do suns and galaxies. And then, there it is, the sense of vertigo, of infinite emptiness that makes us like molecules in the expanding Universe. MOTIONS IN COMPOSSIBLE SPACE was inspired by night visions of starry skies and eternal cosmogonies.