By Toni Serra (OVNI)
Life is not a project, life is a rhizome. Now “Abel” is a small root over there and surely you have friends and then through you and Susana, Joan starts talking to Maya, Maya is attending university. In reality, reality is “Rhizomatic,” it’s not like you have to do a “rhizomatic” project. Many times what you have to do is do very little. I think sometimes people do too much. It’s a more a matter of taking out rather than putting in, of undoing rather than doing. Just being aware of this suddenly we say “but between all of us there is an incredible richness” and not only among the people who work in the area of culture but among people in general there is an amazing amount of access to information. For example, if you come to a square, it would be better if you pay attention to the interconnectedness that you are a part of instead of being isolated in an office and working as a public servant without considering the needs of the people who live in the area. You see this in the MACBA building. There is no library, no room for events, the boiler room has been converted to an auditorium. Now where we are in the Antic teatra of CCCB they are building a new theater, they are making an auditorium and painting it white. Everybody knows that an auditorium can’t be white and that the entry door can’t be next to the screen. But of course, that’s what happens when we do things removed from the rhizome of information and uses, etc., not only them but even us because surely we have personal examples of having done something similar. So the rhizome would be this, reality.