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Experimentation is a double handed movement, at the same time as pushing into the instability and uncertainty of the general economy, we depend upon the restricted economies upon which we build platforms of resources (material and epistemological) which make this exploration possible.
Experimentation is constrained by the tools we have at hand.
Experimentation then simultaneously disrupts while it affirms.
The constative and performative, the oscillation between exploration and refinement in experimentation, creates a fundamental instability.
Experimentation exists within an ecology of action because the resources we use in an experiment exist in relationship with a broader environment.