The Fold (unfolding) by Giles Deleuze

I’m little wander
er, a little wand
am I, a wad of dawn-
dering wanderous
which is on way
to place a spoon
in shape. >Mam-
mers, she said.
I said.

1. THE PLEATS OF MATTER

The baroque as a function that produces folds.

Matter is folds and the forces that act to create un/folding.

Baroque Room

There are two floors of folds.

Downstairs, the first and second folds of matter.

Upstairs the incomplete folds of the soul communicating toward God (the soul follows its own folds).

The folds upstairs are cords and springs of knowledge. Downstairs, the vibration of matter.

Forces on Matter

Plastic (organic) and elastic (organic) forces.

Different forces acting on/in masses (inorganic) and forces that act on/in organisms (organic).

Mechanisms are not sufficient to be machines(8).

The machine inside of an organism. How every piece of the machine is another machine.

{begin China Break}
Card One:

Needlework wind

in n patches of

sense, stipples

of sense, poor cup of

sense &or again

great wind translation,

ergo flight and wind’s

journey alley

Card Two:

Great wind the

parts of farmland

going on in

folds, pale inflections

of heat, the eye in

the middle of corn

on in on on on on in

Card Three:

We are the fold

Great Wind. We are

the continuing lion

unfolding every hair,

the architecture of hear-

ing the Wind Day

at the mercy of this

motion

Card Four:

The age of counts

of marbles of blue

black and glossy

of done in

the hand and in orange

with orange

green shades

and blue and oak cabin-

nets, double, double

stoves

Card Five:

Two forte Great Wind

the toys are oh boy wind

a weather index,

the saunterers pond, the face

sheild great wind

Card Six:

Great Wind on boats

in arms obtruse,

affiliate pleats,

matter now on

the levee with

a rickshaw

Card Seven:

Great Wind are

you are you the

ruiner picking

out white ducks

white plates on

bristle island autumn

{end China Break}

forces acting upon or within matter. At the risk, below:<>

An “objectile” is “technological object,” that is, it’s place in the economy, in the culture of production, distribution, and distribution replace the object. It is what it is in the world, by the world, thru time. The object is therefor continuous unfolding of its form, of its relationship to the environment. “The object here is manneristic, not essentializing: it becomes an event.” (19).
As the object changes into objectile, so the subject changes into what Whitehead called a “superject.” Deleuze calls this a “point of view.” This point of veiw relates to perspectivism only in that a point of view reveals the subjects own relation to the object. ‘It is not a variation of truth according to the subject, but the condition in nwhich the truth of a variation appears to the subject.’ (20)

* Cards published in Listenlight 5
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