Who is Nathan?
RUPERT  19. 9 - 2. 10. 2015 

A fragment is an an isolated or incomplete part of something, and so these are the fragments of the conversation Nathan added to his collection of recollections:

parts always lead to other parts as a necessary act of existential justification;
a stone is never manmade;

points of narrative as opposed to points of reference;

A fragment is an isolated or incomplete part of something, and so these are the fragments of the conversation Nathan added to his collection of recollections:parts always lead to other parts as a necessary act of existential justification;

a stone is never manmade;

points of narrative as opposed to points of reference;

I’ll never get lonesome if I hold a piece of wood in my hand;

the balance achieved by a counter balance framed by the necessity for verticality;

Object>Fitting;

relics embedded with possibilities of poetic functionality;

arranging as a form of language in motion;

found as a way of seeing (also in a way all the objects we see are found or become found at some point, the act of ‘showing’ as a rite of passage of the object into therealms of the found);

the body in relation with the outside (something in the middle or something inbetween?);
the host as a servant and a master;

fragm(e)nt;

an outdoor ashtray, a lampshade, a dustbin and a manhole cover as circumferences;