terminus: scrabble (letter to: a young ingrid, terminus?)

terminus?

REM

ten tues. minutes
us
term rent
resin menu nest sim
met sit rest nuts
remit reins
rum urn rite rue
us

stir mine rune true
siren muse
trius

mr/ms rites tire
ie i must mire miser
inure its sent terminus

minus us                        (tier)

/REM

 

um,
unmiter time?

term-in-us

 

rise, unite us must
strum sine nets
untie us tunes
muster sun mist                        (miner)

rim risen mite terns
smite tin mint rust
ruin stern runt emirs
stun nuit mitre nits                        (rime re: turn)

mute mein sire
in mister men snit
sir tine is inert
emit suet site sin?                        (sure)

 

u set?

RUN

gift: scrabble (letter to: a young ingrid, less than three)

shiiine the lighght

[fig. i]

 

if i .gif
it fit i, ft
fifi tit gig ggg
ffft.

if i .tiff
fi tig g.i.
i fit figt                        (sorry saroyan gif)
i git.

 

~

 

if i fit it
i+i+i+…
iff i fit it
i gift it.

 

gigg(igg(igg))) )) ) :)

 

tgif,
<iii

hospitality: scrabble (letter to: a young ingrid, too)

listening well?

hola!

tip this tot

posh halo host
(pity tosh hostility)
a sop toast//shot spilt,
spit sip pay pal sap
spy pita split lisp,
say hip hop hit list
stilt pithy sith styl

sit potty pail top
shitty                        (the nth gift)
sat shat splat at
total hospital soap to
it toy shop

plato thot path lay
shit
pi stat ploy spay
post-italy lit

~

i plait
posit pli polity
toil thy oat soil plot so
soy patty lips
salt, ail, oil . . .
ah, (d)'lish                        (digest this)

hail tap lash his
pho pasty tips postal
hot pot hospitality

~

lost ails shalt
lop asp tail

shoal slip
ship sail.

 

ttyl,
hatt

ooo

authority: scrabble (letter to: a young ingrid)

authority scrabble

ahoy ho!
hi!

:)

i/o

:(

out i-ray air tour
thor oat tout

our authority roi
thy rat hit rout hurt
hairy hoar tart trio
tit rot thot taut
oy.

(s)hitty, ya.                        (the first gift)

oar your tar rut
throat
author thirty hour riot! or
(w)rit it hot.                        (phantasmic double-you)

truth, ha.

tut tut you
torah hut hair tray
haut oath toy art
(be)troth.                        (come, body do)

 

yo hay tot:

try.

:)

 

hart,
hattr

body and image

ingrid

in sight.
insight.
ingrid.

did.

ddddd
ddda da
dada
did a dad a
data
add datum
um dat
dat dat dat
dada rat

grrr id
rid grid
id did
i
i i i
i did
ring grid
eyes rid
i rid rid did did

in-

ring rid i (sigh)

eye sighting
(i spy sigh)
cite incite

in grid did did

-ing

ringing ridding
gridding didding

(ding-a-ling)
(sing sing)

sting
in grid did sting.
silly thing.

rupture placenta (sous rature ~ wavestyle)

rupture collage (sous rature)

Department of Biological Flow
Rupture Placenta (Sous Rature ~ Wavestyle)
[semiotextil(e) remix]
2012
performance and collage

 

formerly known as:

Natality (Ingrid)
2009
performance

 

"The two Department of Biological Flow members are 'glued' together front-to-back in a motion capture studio. The forward person has markers on front and left sides of the body, the rear person has markers on right and back sides of the body. The two bodies match strides, glued together, and then 'split' apart halfway to veer off in opposite directions, as if 'tearing' the subject in two or radically reconfiguring its relationality." (2009)

 

- - -

 

"These Comments are sure to be welcomed by fifty or sixty people; a large number given the times in which we live and the gravity of the matters under discussion. But then, of course, in some circles I am considered to be an authority. It must also be borne in mind that a good half of this interested elite will consist in people who devote themselves to maintaining the spectacular system of domination, and the other half of people who persist in doing quite the opposite. Having, then, to take account of readers who are both attentive and diversely influential, I obviously cannot speak with complete freedom. Above all, I must take care not to give too much information to just anybody.

Our unfortunate times thus compel me, once again, to write in a new way. Some elements will be intentionally omitted; and the plan will have to remain rather unclear. Readers will encounter certain decoys, like the very hallmark of the era. As long as certain pages are interpolated here and there, the overall meaning may appear: just as secret clauses have very often been added to whatever treaties may openly stipulate; just as some chemical agents only reveal their hidden properties when they are combined with others. However, in this brief work there will be only too many things which are, alas, easy to understand."

– Guy Debord, Comments on the Society of the Spectacle, p.1, emphasis added