For a theory of selective prototype conservation
Consider automatic prototype storage as closely involved with the need to fix an origin. Explicit its function in matrices that preserve memory classes.
In the only possibility we have of making sense of living [∞ – ∞], through the expression of that sense so necessary, we arrange ourselves prospectively in a narrative. Thus, this perceiving itself as a living unit necessarily becomes temporally manifest. Inescapable constraint, time, reveals itself as the only tool for unraveling the representation of the world and us. Yet time eludes any attempt at a definitive narrative.
In the cultural humus of resurgent isomorphism, and in the face of a feeling of increasing parcelization of experience, of an overabundance of viewpoints, of interpretive keys, in an intellectual climate dominated by the complementary doctrines of syncretism and polymorphism, the automatic preservation of prototypes offers itself as a possible solution.
Research team members: Giuseppe Polegri, Quirino Fulcanelli, Ubu Roi