Tag Archives: Siddhartha

Koans of dislocated experience

PART III of an EXCHANGE: Just as your performance of The Last International brought a broad smile to my face so this response drew tears such that I had difficulty reaching the end of your letter. How is it you discern so well my struggles? [Read More…]

Of travelers, truants, and trolls

PART II of an EXCHANGE: It has been several days now since we returned from New York and our performance of the Last International. After every work that takes time to gestate, there is a process of unwinding, of finding ways and means to let the work seep in, to let it whisper, even after an iteration of it seems complete… [Read More…]

Arms akimbo and linked!

PART I of an EXCHANGE: In tune with conviviality and wine, the script of The Time Symposium, part of Raqs Media Collective’s The Last International (2013), follows the structure of a menu with amuse-bouche, soup, starter, entrée, and dessert courses – a fine meal indeed! Fit for a holiday… [Read More…]