Body without Organs - 1. Searching heads
 
“On November 28, 1947, Artaud declares war on the organs:To be done with the judgment of god - "for you can tie me up if you
wish, but there is nothing more useless than an organ."
It is an experimentation, which is not only radiophonic but also biological
and political, incurring censorship and repression. Corpus and Socius, politics and experimentation. They will not let you
experiment in peace…
 
Where psychoanalysis says: Stop, find your Self again, we should say instead: Let's go further, we haven't found our Body without Organs yet, we haven't sufficiently dismantled our Self. Substitute oblivium for anamnesis, experimentation for interpretation. Find your Body without Organs, find out how to make it, it's a question of life and death, youth and old age, sadness and joy. It is where everything is played out…”
 
(from Thousand Plateaus – Capitalisme and Schizophrenia, by Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari)
 
We are not a Self, we are not a Subject, we are a multitude instead, we are "crowded", we are links of meanings.
About the prints
 
We personally make all our prints in our studio, using the Epson Ultrachrome archivial pigmented inkjet process.
The images of the “BwO - 1. Searching heads” series are printed in the 135x110 cm. ( 53x43” ) size.
 
Print editions are limited to nine with two artist proofs.