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Gilles Petit-Gats


The thinking chair

The empty chair represents the person who has sat down for a moment, not to rest but to wait, or maybe to take a moment to think. To think about what? Waiting for what? It all depends on where you put the chair.
It also represents the absence, perhaps the absence today, of a form of thought.
Human thought, when it becomes introspection, needs a context to question itself, because we can’t question ourselves without the place questioning us.
There may be humor, poetry, anxiety… but there will always be the saving effect of self-questioning.

Bringing back wandering thought where everything has radically become ready-to-think.

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