"pure being and pure nothing are one and the same. The truth lies neither in being nor in nothing, but that being does not pass into nothing and nothing, but has passed. But likewise, the truth is not indistinguishable but that they are not the same thing, that they are completely different, but equally not divided and inseparable, and that each directly disappears in its opposite. " cit. from the Doctrine of Being. Georg Hegel
Diptych: Being and Logic
paper from the USSR, ink for letterpress on an oil basis, a limited edition.