水曜日, 4月 12, 2006




What is at stake is less a theory of cultural construction than a consideration of the scenography and topography of construction. This scenography is orchestrated by and as a matrix of power that remains disarticulated if we presume constructedness and materiality as necessarily oppositional
notions.


There are no desiring- machines that exist outside the social machines that they form on a large scale; and no social machines without the desiring machines that inhabit them on a small scale.
Each time this identity announces itself, someone or something cries: Look out for the trap, you're caught. Take it off, get free, disengage yourself. I think that every sexual position is fundamentally comic. There are no desiring-machines that exist outside the social machines that they form on a large scale; and no social machines without the desiring machines that inhabit them on a small scale.