Treasure Island

Nyein Way

(19.1.1962 / Yangon)

words on conceptual poetry (8)


what is life? is not a qoestion of investigation but a survey of reality and witness
you might catch a whole picture of witness and so the quisi-witness will revolve against the autunomy of sectional obessions on uncomplicated impossibility
who are with you at the moment? is not question anymore now but a relationship of uncertainy leading to performatives and democracy-process of inapproriation or beyond appropriation you are unique bracked by your existence nobody is somebody final countdown to a new and prosperous year marching towards conceptually - shot movies of the streets
happy conceptual way to making-it-a-reality and art of proofs you can never make an image of diplomatic truths-binding-conditions emergind from the
half-myths and half-actualities life-lines

Submitted: Tuesday, January 08, 2008

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