Towards (Im)Measurability of Art and Life
We are surrounded by practices of measurements. Every day, we read and hear about astronomically big numbers, or unimaginable small figures through which the financial crisis as well as environmentally hazardous catastrophes are explained. How can we understand tiny existences represented in very large numbers? Would it be sufficient to adopt the same rule in understanding to such different scales of numbers? What images and imaginary propositions do these numbers evoke and produce?