Pisteras3000 / Buenos Aires
(Rosario Talevi & Ana Vogelfang)
The destructive character knows only one watchword: make room; only one activity: clearing away. His need for fresh air and open space is stronger than any hatred.
The destructive character is young and cheerful. For destroying rejuvenates.
Everything cleared away means to the destroyer a complete reduction, indeed eradication, of his own condition.
The destructive character sees nothing permanent. But for this very reason he sees ways everywhere. He has to clear things from everywhere.
No moment can know what the next one will bring.
(based on “The Destructive Character”, Walter Benjamin, 1931)