Tutti-Nove is dedicated to the proposition that all humans are created unconscious.
The name Tutti-Nove covers three sites, one in the physical world and two on the Web. The two on the Web are the present blog — delay @ tutti-nove — and the reference site — Tutti-Nove – tracing the unconscious. To get to the ones on the Web, you just have to click on their names. Reaching the one in the physical world will necessitate some travelling.
In our age of cyber-space and proliferating objects of all kinds, emphasizing location is timely. Might we forget that we remain bound to a body and emerge as subjects in seas of language at specific junctures in space-time? Tutti-Nove is also a name, a word in language. As such it entwines the local with the global. It takes its place here in cyberspace where a place is called a site. Tutti Nove is easily mistaken to mean “brand new”—as toute neuve in French—perhaps in the expectation of invigorating renewal.
And why not? But how? On what conditions? Brand new in Italian is tutto nuovo or tutte nuova. Tutti nove means all nine: for example, a large family with two parents and seven children. Nine, in any case. Even when we are alone or speaking of ourselves, we are part of a network and cannot express ourselves but as part of that network. In psychoanalysis, that network has a name: the unconscious.
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