Originally Posted by JusticeZero
I actually did understand what you were talking about, save that you didn't give the whole thing. What's puzzling you?
Well, in as much of a nutshell as I can get it, here's the assignment ...
If an object is both multiple and singular, if what appears to be one may be many, and if the appearance of singularity is produced by strategies of coordination, then let us reveal this 'scandal of the object' by shedding it of its ordering logics.
Create 3 different iterations of an object.
explore the fractionality of the object through the production of different object positions that break from the strategies of coordination
speculate on the modes of interpellation of subject positions in each iteration
play with or embrace interference/noise/oscillation
trouble the assumptions of perspectivalism (Euclidean assumptions) to break from their ontological and epistemological consequencesby enacting iterations through different optics to resituate knowledges
deploy multiple narratives or material-semiotic conditions
So ... with that in mind, I have chosen the bicycle as my object and I have come up with 3 iterations:
1) Bicycle as machine - mechanical, manufactured, capable of movement ... and for this section I'm thinking of creating more or less a collage of blueprints and such things, since this "paper" doesn't necessarily have to be written.
2) Bicycle as gateway to freedom, escape, adventures, new experiences ... away from the usual and mundane
3) Bicycle as companion ... going into the gendering of inanimate objects, etc.
Now I will say this .... most of what I wrote there, from my instructions ... I really don't get, but I'm doing what I can with what I do get.