Curator Reviews

Richard Serra

Deleuze interrogates language revealing all its inescapable paradoxes, distinctions, irresolutions and contradictions. The book begins with Louis Carol’s “Alice in Wonderland” and her confusion with language, and immediately moves into the Stoic’s definition of the effect of words and events, including sense and nonsense. All words, all logical representations are challenged. This book is a mind bender and a must-read.

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