Miyoung Chang: No, not.
All the I(s) that appear on the eyes are those who have come before the child has arrived—in the language system she uses most often, the pronunciation of the word child 아이 is identical to the pronunciation of the English word "I," I do not wish to explain, yet, I cannot help it.
For the "I" who cannot speak the I have spoken of you, no, for the "you" who cannot speak of you have spoken of the I, and yes, two pairs of hands wear an additional layer on top of their bruised skin; two pairs of arms dismiss each other heavy weighted; two pairs of knees fracture into double their amount, for the you have turned off the light the I shall take a sip from a half-emptied glass, not, a pause, and thus, a person confesses. Speak. (...) once wrote a book where the protagonist is the I, no, me, no, her, a scoff, shut up.
For the "written I" can only prove the absence of what it wishes to confirm, she (she is a fake, it is not a lie) makes the book become one silken tofu, or, a faded paperweight, or an improvised weapon in a horror film, and yes, although the tongue does not have a spine, it papercuts the eye and hence.
Two persons face each other. The table is for four.
No, not. will be presented at Comando, Centrale Fies, Dro, Italy on Wednesday July 13.