THE MOTO,,,,,De·con·struc·tion. (dē′kən-strŭk′shən) A philosophical movement and theory of literary criticism that questions traditional assumptions about certainty, identity, and truth; asserts that words can only refer to other words; and attempts to demonstrate how statements about any text subvert their own meanings.
Deconstruction is defined as a way of analyzing literature that assumes that text cannot have a fixed meaning. An example of deconstruction is reading a novel twice, 20 years apart, and seeing how it has a different meaning each time. … A philosophical theory of textual criticism; a form of critical analysis.
forgive me God that I MESSED UP the brilliant philosophical writings of J. Derrida with my own miserable analogies by substituting in the above text the words “literature,text,seeing a novel”–by the printed red words below...
Deconstruction is defined as a way of analyzing ART that assumes that PICTURES cannot have a fixed meaning. An example of deconstruction is SEEING a PICTURE twice, 20 years apart, and seeing how it has a different meaning each time. … A philosophical theory of ART criticism; a form of critical analysis…the example in yellow here:
Incidentally I see now on the screen the movie “Je T’aime Je T’aime”, a french SF where the mean character is projected back in time…does backward in time make the same trick , namely is the data of his now (in the movie) influencing what he see in his “new now( backward time) ” with the after effect that he never knows what the past really was. Paraphrasing Derrida’s text: how is it I see and re-see my pictures and forget what their meaning was ten minutes before? So I am constantly correcting and improving them to capture the perfect now.
My above personal excursion will not ad a single pixel of happiness to my screen …but seen from the perspective of enjoying some fun-tasme (my own neologism with it’s close relative orgasm} around the superb philosophy by J. Derrida, induce me to put together “time travel -pictures -the perfect now-layers of meaning- Je T’aime- END”. I suppose my neurons where happy with this perfect unwanted shit…
BYE (English is not my native language )