“Revolution is not a matter of tearing up the script, forgetting or destroying external political and economic institutions, as well as internal conventions and expectations, for one is then left with no relation at all. Instead, revolution occurs through making additions to the script, bringing in unexpected amendments by borrowing strategies from elsewhere. [The soldier who brandishes a pack of cards instead of a gun indicates possibilities for a different development of the plot. Deleuze and Guattari’s writing is itself of a similar nature:] instead of directly throwing aside theoretical norms, it offers a whole range of digressions and alternatives that carry thought elsewhere, shattering the coherence of hegemonic discourses. [Liberation occurs through addition.]”

[Philip Goodchild, Deleuze and Guattari: An Introduction to the Politics of Desire, Sage, 1996, p.2.]

An old bayonet and a crochet coverlet / 15x47x53cm