Lyrics & Interpretations: Darkness on the Edge of Ecstasy

Here, I’ve collected the lyrics and interpretations I offer to all of the tracks on my album. Excluded are the songs ”I don’t know”, ”Britch” and ”Weapon Together” as they have no ‘real’ lyrics. Also, as I haven’t written ”Song” myself, but this is a cover of a Lewis Taylor track, I’ve chosen not to include that. Anyway, here goes the list: Circles It Could … Continue reading Lyrics & Interpretations: Darkness on the Edge of Ecstasy

Thinking and Relating without Representation

It’s not entirely easy to describe what non-representational thinking is, but accept the challenge and see if you follow (and comment if you don’t quite understand my way of explaining). I’ve chosen to do it here by (mainly) talking about it as a matter of desires, fantasies, sex and relationships. What separates Gilles Deleuze (who is sometimes referred to as a post-structuralist) from structuralists is … Continue reading Thinking and Relating without Representation

The task of Art (and Philosophy)

In her book ”Deleuze – an introduction” Claire Colebrook sums up Deleuze’s attitude towards his scholarly discipline – philosophy that is – as having the task of not explaining the world but rather throwing new ways of thinking about, talking about and seeing the world, which is the same as producing new problems, rather than solving any. For Deleuze this is an ethical stance. Meaning that as soon as we think that … Continue reading The task of Art (and Philosophy)

Lyrics & Interpretations: Blisters

I’ve got blisters on my soul I’ve been walking for too long I’ve been looking for an answer to a question I don’t know I’ve got blisters on my soul ___________________ As Gilles Deleuze and many process-oriented philosophers after him points out: We are always in a process. Always in a state of transition. In other words: We are always walking. Sometimes we know little about the … Continue reading Lyrics & Interpretations: Blisters