completion without end

Sharing a quote I found in a book called As Painting: Division and Displacement by Philip Armstrong, Laura Lisbon, and Stephen Melville. These words again reference to this idea of the completion and the continuance of the creation of art.
"But this completion without end—or rather, this finite finishing, if one attempts to understand thereby a completion that limits itself to what is, but that, to achieve that very thing, opens the possibility of another completion, and that is therefore also infinite finishing—this paradoxical mode of per-fection is doubtless what our whole tradition demands one to think and avoids thinking at the same time."
—Jean-Luc Nancy
As I focus on bringing together all the various form of my art into one cohesive body I look to other artists who work in various forms and mediums at once, each practice informing the body of work as a whole.