“For dispossessed minds such as these, space seems to constitute a will to devour. Space chases, entraps, and digests them in a huge process of phagocytosis, Then, it ultimately takes their place. The body and mind thereupon become dissociated; the subject crosses the boundary of his own skin and stands outside of his senses. He tries to see himself, from some point in space. He feels that he is turning into space himself – dark space into which things cannot be put. He is similar, not similar to anything in particular, but simply similar.” Roger Caillois, Mimicry and Legendary Psychastenia, 1935.