There is death in objectivity; as soon as something is named it is destroyed, exiled from the becoming. To name is to limit, a mechanism of control. A thing is self, or it is other. Naming is a matter of proximity. There is no natural reason why a signifier is linked to a signified, so says Saussure. The project is to refuse definition. To be something which is its own expanse, its own confirmation, ensures that one is not a product of the invented systems of naming, that the apparatus of symbol and the mechanics of language never limit the potential of it’s existence. To be something that only refers to itself is the problem and the solution. Ultimate presence ascends legibility.