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An Invitation to Disorder, i.e. an interview with Jean-Marie Gleize, author of Tarnac, a preparatory act, now up at the Bomb Magazine site.

It seems to me that all artistic practice implies a form of retreat—a chosen and provisional solitude, a necessary distance for a right vision of things, to establish the conditions that might favor concentration and reflection. Of course, this retreat and solitude does not imply a rupture with reality, context, and others. On the contrary, it is a modality of our presence. It is for us the real way to face things, to maximize our capacity for intervention, action, and activation.

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