Couleurs d'antioedipe

Antioedipus colour limit? limned
when Anti see she see territoire. marque. marquee. désir sans corps, et corps sans desir, ou machine sans corps sans dessin! et sans Dasein!

When we see how an animal marks its territory ... which is involved in the marking of its territory, ... it is a series of postures, a variety of colors, songs, [..], there are the three determinations of art. Colors, lines, songs, it is art in its purest form ! When they come out of their territory, or when they come back into their territory, the territory ... is the properties of the animal, and to leave the territory is to venture into an unknown country. Therefore, with Felix [...] we built a concept that I like very much. Because the territory is defined only by the movement through which it is left, we need a word, even it is seemingly barbaric, to describe this concept. This is the concept of dis-territorialization. [...]

sometimes necessary to invent a word, in order to reflect a new concept. And this new concept is that there is no territory without a way to leave it. There is no exit, no dedeisterritorialization without an effort to re-rere-re-territorialize elsewhere.... Yes yes, what

And what fascinates me here is the whole area of the signs, reception of signs, utterance of signs that this territory implements. The animal, for me, is fundamentally a being on the lookout, (

Claire Parnet: "As the writer ?
. . The writer is on the lookout yes, the philosopher is on the lookout, it's terrible ... this existence on the lookout ... he writes for readers, . . "for" . . it means two things, it means "intend to" and "in place of". [...] When we wrote it is not a small private affair ... it is embarking on a universal affair ... it is pushing language and syntax to a certain limit, the limit that separates the language of silence, of music, of something that would be . . the whining [...................]"