“Angels tell of another incarnation, another parousia of the body. Irreducible to philosophy, theology, morality, angels appear as the messengers of ethics evoked by art, -sculpture, painting or music- without its being possible to say anything more than the gesture that represents them.

The angel is that which unceasingly passes through the envelopes or containers, goes from one side to another, reworking every deadline, changing every decision and thwarting all repetition. Angels destroy the monstrous, that which hampers the possibility of an new age, they come to herald the arrival of a new birth, a new morning.”

Ethics of Sexual Difference, Luce Irigaray