-Where are we?
I mean, it was like,coming up here,
intellectually, Iknew, but spiritually,
it was still very open.
You know, it was kind of thisprocess of, you know, OK, it's
a show, coming up, expectations,who I could have been, right,
who I could be, right, kind of.
The dichotomy of, you know,mother, father, always here,
Duffel bag, differentstage, right?
Endless shuffle, right?
A shuffle that kindof becomes constantly
replicated in the future, right?
And sort of time, right?
Linearity-- is it linear or no?
Scientists every dayare actually coming up
with theories that timeisn't linear, right?
It's more of a ribbon, right?
But why do we insist on adheringto that linear structure,
I want to say it'sviolent, and I will, right?
It is violent.
So kind of thatmoment, right, coming
up here, seeing the stool.
Oh, you know, wow.
And kind of, is it a stool?
Yeah, it's a stool.
Is it a stool?
Wow, materiality, right?
The body, is it somethingto escape or to embrace?
I don't know.
And again, my name,Kate Berlant-- who
gave you that name?Your father.
Where is he now?
Um, so really, all of thatbeing played in the moment.
Where are we know?
Uh, is this a mixer?