The Proper Distance

Is it necessary to have the proper distance so as to see the full picture? And how does one know what the proper distance is?

Wittgenstein claims that the structure of language reflects the structure of reality, and is the key that allows us to say something meaningful about the world. The word functions as a signifying element only in the context of the phrase, and the phrase through its structure reflects the image of the components of the world.

There I leave the great philosopher, and beg his forgiveness for this simplification of his thought. I use it to state my passion for seeing, living and expressing reality in a way that is simultaneously fluid and fragmented. Just beyond the moment of perception of a structured experience, deconstruction lies in waiting, unveiling details for the next one.

Is this the other face of the experience?

 Lihie Talmor