Thursday, 28 February 2008

On writing.

As I start to write a statement, a sort of linguistic baggage begins to drag the ideas down into ideology. It seems as if the characters themselves, by their nature, dictate a line of thought as fixed and concrete as their own bold advance across the page.

Without a sense of the poetic every statement I make deviates from the expanded and libertarian sense in which I perceive it, into an unfriendly and definitive clarity.

Matthew STONE

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Man that is so deep. It's like advanced a-level semiotics... that steam of conciousness of yours just turns language upside down. It however means very little