I am writing something that may be co-authored with another person and which gathers much of my blog writing on sex/sexing, kissing, the event (here and here) and an ethics of care towards the shared/social(romantic) event. It is on Paul Thomas Andersonâ€™s third film Punch Drunk Love. I am aiming for an absolute cracker. Organising […]
One thing that has bugged me about Deleuze’s book The Logic of Sense and Paul Patton’s excellent essay on Deleuze’s conception of the event is the example of ‘being cut’ that both use to explain the incorporeal nature of the event. From Patton: In The Logic of Sense, he argues that they were the first […]
Dread is, Lying in bed, And looking away, Not wanting to see her see me, As she gets up and prepares to leave, While knowing she shall be gone, Soon. Â Although it seems like an eternity, I thought it wouldâ€™ve taken, Longer, For her to be out of my life.
I am certainly no expect on these matters, but Mel‘s recent post on the matter and various reader’s comments to her blog have got me thinking. It seems as if the rhythm of relations seems to pass through many phase spaces. There is an immediate reorganisation of bodies and their hapticity (is that a word? […]
So I bought a loaf of what can only be described as ‘sugar bread’. That is, a loaf of bread with sugar on it. But it is only half a loaf. 5am? Indeed. Bit of a late night… What else to say? Except. Tonight can only be described in one word: crazy. What a crazy […]