[... In the end, everything is made up of a pile of numbers ...]
[... Our perception of time is bounded by repetition and change.
After N times, after an incessant repetition of the same action... when it loses its meaning, the time going by it's the only one difference that make it understandable.
It is in the details of how time has carved the surface where we perceive reality.
It is in their skin, where both the operator and the machine reveals what happens there and how it happens ...]
[... The information is there, but it’s sometimes difficult to access.
Our memory stores everything, but we may not ‘remember’ that those memories are there; it is then that we link our personal experiences to items that we carry around every day in order not to forget… the item is thus not a visualisation, but a link ...]
[... A receptive environment is that one we affect in some way, that one which is listening to us and accepts our presence; it changes, it adapts itself to us, unknowingly modeled by us ...]
[... We are visual animals, depending on our vision as our main point of reference and that limits us, because sight only presents us a specific state in time. We perceive the different states but not the change while they are being produced. We need point B to draw the line that began at A ...]
[... If over time they could do it without you… Would you accept being excluded from the process in the interests of improving the results? or… Would you force them to start over from the very beginning in order to be part of the process again and again? Even though you know that sooner or later you will be excluded again ...]
[... Interactivity is an interference.
We cannot observe without altering what we observe in such a way that, what we perceive around us is not the surrounding environment, but rather our interaction with it instead ...]
[... How does sound moves? How it reacts to us? Is it possible interaction without interface? ...]
[... A closed space of our own, organized by us for our satisfaction and well-being, will nonetheless always have some unavoidable outside factors which modify it and can reach the point of turning it into something foreign to us ...]
[... Sometimes we forget to whatch what we have in front of us, until someone points it out again ...]