“ A Contemporary Atlas of Human Body Process.
The body notions, that’s the exhibi- tions of the body. / Its critical intelligi- bility, its moulding of social footprint, / The curvature of the sound, of sternoclei- domastoid sound, / Of its orgasms. A pact micronarrations. / Search engines.
Reincarnation of our principles, in glory and misery, / Compassion and violence, proximity and distance, / Retroactions of deviations and differences. / An X array table. / A negligence. A tool. / An laser extension of the fingers.
But the true body does not exist in the representation. / For every representation is a metaphor of the body. / For every representation is a metaphor for life.
How not to attempt to read it? / How not to try to describe it? / Could I one day see all the sides?
I think I fear death, and my body does too. / Yet, we often read this absence as a rest. / I, who spent nights filled with dreams, I do not know if anything is interesting. / Horror Vacui. / Fill to fill the void, make sense. / I assume and I stuff to death. ”