She talks of herself as the spiritual grand-daughter of Deleuze and admits, at least at the time of this posting that she did not know who Guattari was . It’s beautiful.
quoted below performs a 3 part video reading of the text and with her fellow bloggers and commentators offering a series of illustrations and existential
Gnossiennes but I am probably wrong .. her own voice is haunting i n that Spanish way, and haunted by the text , it’s raspy and , seems to internalize what she reads… there seems a sorrow rising there too reaching the surface but then again its winter as she reads and walks as she reads…
We need more readings like this , I mean passionate, and thoughtful recorded readings of philosophical texts ,,, think of the variety of readers and voices! all that audition
The sensitivity of the Spanish tone indicates more than what it says… there is a passion and underlying fervor pushing things to a further connecting .. if one follows