Time: 02.54 / Date: October 29 / Tempo: Broadly / Music:

For there to be rhythm, strong times and weak times, which return in accordance with a rule or law – long and short times, recurring in a recognizable way, stops, silences, blanks, resumptions and intervals in accordance with regularity, must appear in a movement. Rhythm therefore brings with it a differentiated time, a qualified duration.

No rhythm is without repetition in time and in space, in short without measure. Whence the relation between repetition and difference. When it concerns the everyday, rites, ceremonies, fetes, rules and laws, there is always something new and unforeseen that introduces itself into the repetitive: difference.

Henri Lefevbre – Rhythmanalysis, 1992.