PETER LEMMENS

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“A frequent image: that of the ship Argo (luminous and white), each piece of which the Argonauts gradually replaced, so that they ended with an entirely new ship, without having to alter either its name or its form.”

— Barthes 1973, tr. Miller 1975
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. . works /
. . . . garageroom /
. . . . a shipping crate (as broodthaers explains it) /
. . . . new event /
. . . . color schemes /
. . . . redux /
. . . . exhibition catalogue /
. . . . a number of books becoming a specific set /
. . . . discography /
. . . . brief histories of cleaning /
. . . . capris /
. . . . relay /
. . . . ultralight backbacking /
. . . . monday morning blues /
. . . . performing tasks with the non-dominant hand is a great way to develop new neural pathways (the novelization edit) /
. . . . catalogue irraisonne /
. . . . placeholders /
. . . . words, tips, quotes & recommendations /
. . . . hard disk sculpture /
. . . . desktop landscape /
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. . exhibitions /






“Mine is not an autonomous imagination”

— Jay McInnerney
“To be with the one I love and to think of something else:
this is how I have my best ideas, how I best invent what is necessary to my work.”

— Barthes 1973, tr. Miller 1975