Ladies and Gents, this week’s tweet is THE tweet.
It’s the ultimate tweet.
It contains basics any twitter user uses. And it’s more. It’s art.
What kind of art it is, is what we need to find out.
This is more than just a tweet. This is more than just playing a tiny technical game. This is a theoretical and practical expression of the nothing:
On the one hand you don’t find a single viewable sign to identify.
On the other hand and as a result of the former you don’t find any abstract information within this tweet apart from the author’s name, the software he uses, the star and the time the tweet was made. If you want to talk about this tweet you are urged to refer to nothingness.
It was Martin Heidegger claiming the nothing noths (“Das Nichts nichtet.”). You can object against Heidegger that his hardly understandable usage of turning nouns into verbs is not a possible way to identify truth. But this objection could fail due to just revealing yourself as being pigheaded. The mistake of defining how to identify truth could lie in your own assumptions. But without trying to glorify Heidegger we have to state that Doomshammer shows there’s still something after the nothing has left.
Leave is defined by Heidegger with the following:
This is in english: “Leave is the absented arrival of the hiding of keeping the progress in the beginning.” So Doomshammers’ expression is both the absence of any tweet content and the beginning of any tweet.
So do not let Doomshammer fool you by linking to his own tweet as a tweet of emptiness:
You might still want to say, we’re missing the point. We’re over-interpreting the whole tweet. We don’t have any interesting TMIs left and are urged to lift this up to one. Doomshammer’s just a nerd having fun with his iPhone.
So if that would be right our text would be TMI. If not we would have proven the incredible kind of art of this tweet.
We actually think we can prove our thesis.
We can’t do this theoretically but within practise, within one of the artist’s tweet. Take a look at what Doomshammer threw like an unsatisfying painting into the trash bin just a second before revealing his masterpiece: