Artaud Says: Eat the Wall!
by Mike Hoolboom and Kilby Smith-McGregor
TO: <Kilby Smith-McGregor>
In 1933 Artaud was asked to give a lecture at the Sorbonne. He didn’t talk about the plague, he crawled between people’s seats, rolled on the floor, exhibited his boils. The audience didn’t know what to do. Most of them left, laughing too loudly.