In order to progress we have to just go with the idea.
This is the original script, which we kept […] (;) there were strategic silences as well.
(T)his is (a) space which is generative […] and I don’t quite know what that is … (but)
If I have a hope for it … it is that […] something not known, or not previously known is somehow produced […]. Ultimately it is a question of form […] (and of) an endeavor.
(T)o build in spaces that are more speculative you have to build in spaces that are more speculative.
The finger points and one of the things it points to perhaps is […] just a space to test out a few different things.
(T)he writer is a live thing, a physical thing. (I)t seems to be important to retain a sense of there being an embodied writer.
[…] You are here and I am here.
[…] These are things that are taking place. Texts and numbers (and) […] live performance.
(And) what takes place within the frame (?)
Conditions might relate to a set of conditions, but […] also refers to the action of conditioning […]. This could prompt a list of conditions or of what conditions.
Does this invite a list of thoughts you have had before?
They are not questions. (T)he nature of the invitation is to invite a set of thoughts.
There is room for the boring response […], the response that doesn’t work. (R)eservation can also be to do with something being at stake […].
(A)n inability to respond (and) […] being able to inhabit the not being able to respond.
[…] (B)etween proposition and response […] some sort of pattern of not knowing.
(T)his is the way I see this […](;) we are not performers. We will just manifest something in the space.
Being conscious of your own hand […]. (T)he finger is not belonging to a person – a finger pointing, not your finger pointing.
It is almost like I am restaging your gestures […] I might do a gesture that corresponds then fold it over and then it might be blank.
(A)nd the words being small […] (T)here is something about keeping it small […].
(A) diagram – an attempt to do something with that.
It is a proposition and a proposition about a writing practice […]. (T)rying to find the words for the live struggle […] (;) (and) the struggle to find the right words […]. (N)ot so much to do with the struggle to find the words verbally […] as […] to find the word on the page, and the way that a text fluctuates and shimmers and disappears and comes back.
There are the wrong words and the wrong words are there for a long time and then there are the right words.
I don’t think I am trying to find the words […]. The words have been there in other things […] (;) the words (were) already there.
(T)hey are probably […] referring to something else […]. It is by association that certain meanings gather.
(T)here is proximity […] where (things) shouldn’t really go together (but then) become hard to pull apart.
You don’t need to know […]. I don’t know whether this is important (or) what the importance of this is.
One person is doing something very different to the other […] (;) (w)orking away but not away from one another […]. (T)his point of friction between two quite different systems of working […].
There is a difference […]
It is probably self-evident.
Doing is a mode I find myself in […] Trying not to criticalize everything in advance of it being made.
The difference between stopping and pausing […].
(I)t is very latent […] (;) moving towards something.
I feel like it is a useful experience to go through […]. (T)here is so much that we don’t do.
Possibilities escalate in terms of what it is capable of and how different meanings are produced […] There is a definite play.
In other ways it is really open […] I’m not getting anywhere.
Maybe it is just a place to start […] The structure lends itself to doing something […] They are almost paragraphs […]; changing them around is like writing. There could be something there.
[…] It is more how.
It is getting […] dark because the light is going. It is getting dark.
It doesn’t always have to have an evental quality […]. There is a still a dialogue (;) an unknown element.
Taking the hands away and there being nothing there […]