- Author(s): Harding, Jesse Alexander;
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Action is a reduction/expression/translation of thought; thought is a reduction/expression/translation of sense; sense is a reduction/expression/translation of external state; external state is a reduction/expression/ translation of the quantum potential. Each of these seems concrete from the viewer's perspective as this viewer is, by definition, limited by the those very reductions. These reductions are themselves the relationships which create meaning. They are formed as just one of many potential relationships—each a different interference of unseen processes, phasing and being expressed in countless ways, each a language, almost all unperceived, all essentially useless, save for the one in which we perceive. In my work I investigate dynamic processes which manifest as stasis as well as detourn seemingly static systems by introducing dynamic change in the form of oscillation