Monday, July 15, 2013

Naughty Nihilism's Cinematic Dreadnoughtscapegoat tea (Candor's Effigy, or Mallarme' as Aïda)


In the navel of the dream,
we find covered by a thin romance
a larval, or grub-like oppossum, whose
small tuning fork-like-horns
curve forward, or back,
they rotate, their affinity
resounds with line
as sound whose image
is thought
graced by 
invisible
substance.
The oppossum plays dead,
but the grub
is an all devouring youth,
a ghosting of death
by life.



Irma is a prostitute addicted to the syringe
filled with a variey of surfaces:
metadream
symbolism
therapy
logic
vicissitudes
criticism
commentary
hysteric
closure



Blum willing analyzes Zelig,
but Irma needs to make
an "extraction"
an "abstraction"
a "ridicule"
and to that end she compresses herself into the syringe
and has Blum
inject herself
into Zelig's self
becoming the canon
of Psychoanalysis
in Art
as camera lucida.
An Irrational prison for lines
is a prototype for the later
cyber-prisons
of disembodied minds
as seen in film,
television,
and The Bible
as written by
Erma (Roland Barthes)
aka Vomitusque Maximuy
or Knotty Nihilly.