Tuesday, 31 July 2012

If Lecture from behind the screen was an animal...

If Lecture from behind the screen was an animal it would certainly be an octopus. This sea creature derived of internal or external skeleton has been reappearing regularly at workshops, seminars, discussions and even in some of the films made by the participants. Even Hilary Koob-Sassen had his own pet-octopus in his one-of-a-kind lecture two weeks ago. But what would Lecture from behind the screen court octopus look like? Perhaps we would need to find her a partner so they could wrap up in their tentacles and "make sustained love". Just like in Maxa Zoller's diagram, which points towards some of the key issues raised during Lecture from behind the screen. 

On this occasion I will allow myself to post my image, which has been decorating my desktop ever since Maxa mentioned the octopuses for the first time. 

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