intention to attention to intention
prescribes a transition, describes a revision
like square to rectangle made
back to square, to be squared out
and the question in there is twofold
return square can the rectangle made be squared with first square? that is, is there any squarable likeness even despite square to rectangle made? do they succeed in resemblance?
and return square again can the first square be squared with rectangles made? that is, is first square reconcilable with rectangular spillage, at all? do they have any future together?
question one is about success and shape, a reaction of space – which is ultimately about impossibility
question two is about possibility and belonging, a reaction of time – which is ultimately about impossibility
all squares to rectangles come into squared revision
squared revision is also rectangular, of course
but in difference there are differences
and some possibilities play alongside impossibility a lot better than others
(more spillable in ways that let the freedom of spillage keep spilling out thereafter)
some squares are more rectangular than others.
in transition, in revision
movement is about describing that difference
and making sure of it.