Of What are Art and Life Made?
K. Brown II
What is endearing,
those perceptions that stimulate action even when the emotions expressed
are repressed initially, is what art and life are made. Those perceptions
typed, familiarized by emotions, are what is considered to be enduring.
Perceptions, visions/views of behavior being, are the tethers of implicitly
ingrained moments strung together from birth to the present time and space,
to the poesy found in the environment.
expressions facilitated by terms of endearment, the behaviorisms-the visceral
composed from a previous knowledge (preknowledge) absorbed through
native relations: conditions osmosed effortlessly through experience,
with effort through concept. Preknowledge is an entanglement within the
idiomatic, an inscription of expressions which are given to a state
is the involvement of instinct, of the subconscious, of nativism: the
routine of self-perception and the desire for perspective within the environment,
a viscerality from which indigenous identity is fostered, from which indigenous
identity grows into a heritage.
of indigenous identity into a heritage is an act of cognitivity: examples
from an instinctual preoccupation with moments found in poesy of the environment
(i.e. expressionism) shift to an intellectual preoccupation with events
founded in the operating systems within a territory (i.e. impressionism).
Events are impressions facilitated by terms of endearment. Untangled purposefully
is the idiomatic.
is mechanized into a lingua franca, thus making life a thesis, a state
of becoming, an impression standardizing continuity into a recognizable
place (consciousness), the cerebral providing stasis during times when
a "nebulous" space (subconsciousness) encroaches. The subconscious "strands"
are combed out; experiences and concepts are made chronological; preknowledge
by eschewing preknowledge, the growth of indigenous identity into a heritage
consists of a working knowledge, a modular operating system, nurtured
through manifestations: culture guised formally as history, informally
is paid less to desire (for perspective) and routine (self-perception),
but is instead given to (perspective) motives and (perceptive) manners.
Endearments are serialized into an ego, to that which is guided by a mechanism:
a status that extends into a heritage-a rite of passage; a consistent
path from which a moment (environment) metamorphoses into an event (territory).