Barad propose that true knowledge has an experiential performative aspect–what I am calling “the performance of knowledge.” Instead of
representing an independent world, this perfomative aspect encompasses the relations and exchanges (i.e., information, communication, intelligence) between bodies, objects, environments: an ongoing embodiment that emerges from our various capacities. Performing knowledge is an enactment of a world that is inseparable from the performing body. This performance restructures our very selfexperience changing our body, our chemistry, our muscles, the patterns of our neural connections—just as this performance changes the world through our participation in it. Thus, knowledge is more than something that you have, it’s something that you do – the performance of knowledge.
this words make inside my matter a really big eco.,.,.,., for me something to share for sure .,.,.,.,