transformation


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transformation

[English/Greek]

 The gradual change of form.

The gradual change of structure.

The gradual change of consciousness.

The gradual and painful change of the self.

The, with full consciousness, change of the self.

The, without spectacular ruptures – but with full consciousness of time – change of the self.

The without spectacular ruptures – but with full consciousness of the before, the now, and the after – change of my self.

The – with full awareness of the before, the now, and the after – change of my actions.

The, with full awareness, change of my actions through their repetition.

The, with full awareness, change of my actions through their performative repetition.

The change of my actions through a performative repetition where I add something new each time I repeat.

The change of my actions through a performative repetition where I let go of something each time I repeat.

The change of my position through the performative repetition of an action that continually evolves.

The change of my position through an action that continually evolves by shifting its point of focus.

The change of my position through a shift of focus within the body.

The change of my performing self through a shift of my attention from my left hand, to the elbow, to the shoulder, to the ear, to the forehead, to the sternum, to my center, and from there?

The change of my performative self through a shift of my attention within my present body of work.  And from there?

The change of my performative self through a shift of my attention within my present body of thoughts.  Going where?

The change in me through my present thoughts, towards?

My transformation from the present towards?

My transformation towards?

Transformation?

 

Author and translator: Medie Megas