“A memory is a prolonged perception. If perceptions are transfigured at the outset, they become abstract remembrances. They are the result of a conscious choice that denies fantasy, and they pass through consciousness, neither leaving an imprint nor disappearing.” — 

Jindrich Štyrský and Toyen, Artificielisme

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“Every consciousness pursues its own death, every love-passion its own end, attracted by a black hole, and all the black holes resonate together.” — Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari, A Thousand Plateaus