Antonin Artaud – On Form and Meaning in Life

If our life lacks brimstone, i.e., a constant magic, it is because we choose to observe our acts and lose ourselves in consideration of their imagined form and meaning, instead of being impelled by their force.

– Antonin Artaud, in The Theatre and Its Double

 

 

 

 

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