You kneel on the floor with two loop pedals in front of you. Above you hangs a projected red curtain and an empty spotlight. you say, “Oh, fuck it,” and hit one of the pedals, which causes The Star of Happiness theme song instrumental interlude to play.
“I was born with a degenerative eye disease called…” you hit the loop… Read more
[These thoughts on aesthetics, understanding, poetry, beauty and the senses come from Keller’s 1908 book The World I Live In. “Inward Visions” is Chapter 9. You can read Chapter 6 on Smell HERE. The text has been hyperlinked, gently edited for apparent scanning errors and the odd British spellings Americanized.]
ACCORDING to all art, all nature, all coherent human thought,… Read more
What is Miss Keller’s age?
There is no age on the vaudeville stage.
Does Miss Keller think of marriage?
Yes. Are you proposing to me?
Does talking tire you?
Did you ever hear of a woman who tired of talking?
Do you close your eyes when you sleep?
I guess I do, but I never stayed… Read more