“I am Fusiform and I like pseudowords, circulation, robots shouting names. Ruff Miso likes gyros, faceless meat, scrambled. I saw many scrambled things in the study room. Birds, cars, words. Monster’s pants and holograms. Ruff says: Anagrams are gyros, too. Countless dimensions and designs of the same figure. His English is disco, or dinglich, as the Germans would say. You can almost touch it. In fact, I love touching it. A sensual plasticity, or place, or each word has a face, whereas for me, they’re totally spacing out. Like homophones or a double solo show. Miff Sour has a different angle, she says: Never underestimate the overview of a profile in yoghurt. Please take the shape of the mouse pointer on the yoghurt, and press your face in. I tell her I don’t know where to take the mouse pointer from. She says: Think a form of us. Think a face that disappears into its moving parts. Think translation, activation, pathways, two noses, and visual pottery, pottery. (Uljana Wolf, Five Fusiforms.)”
Raimundas Malašauskas will tackle word-making in the talk about books and exhibitions. He was born in Vilnius, curates in the world, writes occasionally on www.rai.lt.
Talk by Raimundas Malašauskas.
Invited by Susanne Winterling.
Wednesday 27. November 2013
7pm, KhiO’s Main Auditorium
Fossveien 24, Grünerløkka, Oslo.