Human Language project:
Kant, presents a universal story in a cosmopolitan point of view, a transition process. The man is willing to mingle with others, it naturally aspires to be part of a group, but at the same time, it is governed, governed by a desire for domination and hegemony. Man is a social paradox
There are two opposing forces in man, which would push to socialize and live together, and one that in deter. The man could also have been a threat to the other man. In essence, man is endowed with this antagonism. A certain recurring periods of human history, «Envy», in its psychoanalytic sense takes over and leads to the dual confrontation constituted groups and interests. What I do have some, I destroyed. This is what is in the common area, and a fictional anthropological practice that raises my reflection with the Human language project
Typology of human language, is a study of defining a recurrent type of human practices. The use of military language as the medium of communication first. In the metaphor of new empty spaces, the land of conquest, forms of military origin, white prints leave their mark on the landscape and permanently cut. These glyphs, typographic forms, writing basics, memory of the time we questioned our report to the weapons at their creation, evolution, and use. These landscapes are cut, curtailed by writing this track and is a memory, a story of human behavior.
Empty land in parallel, I study the physical, architectural traces of the Second World War, left in the landscape. I put forward their memorial fields. On the sides, along the border remains the fortifications of a period of our common history, language of man to man. These bunkers are cut from the landscape, living like ghosts, footprints, forever marking this space and memory associated with it. As Typology of human language landscapes are cut permanently. The time separating us from their primary function, leads us to glimpse the white architectural forms otherwise. They slide to another function, to another imaginary memory...