Forms of Equivalence

A shape is only ever a surface, a relational limit, a constraint.

It is the front line of a natural test – one that de-forms, trans-forms, out-forms, in-forms or per-forms it.

Of course, once a form is stable, it no longer appears to need any testing.

But be mindful: Not all formalisms are formed equal, but all are formed.

Lifted from Bruno Latour, Irreductions (1.1.6)

Also asserted by Rumi

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