The process of substitution necessary for representation can act to transform the Other into a silent, speechless and still One; into One's absence. … To represent - to create an image - is therefore to render something absent. What is absent from the image is what is real.Bojana Pejic 1993
Collage (Letraset) on paper, 29,7 x 21,1 cm.
The Ruth and Marvin Sackner Archive of
Concrete and Visual Poetry, Miami Beach (1981)
A smaller version (23.4 x 15 cm) is part of the archives JG.
See the edition Rechtsschreibung, ego. &cetera (749).
I: Florida 1986, p. 382
IV: Kontexts 1971, p. 31