“The dissonance of becoming is part of the musical performance of
deterritorialization and borderswerving, responding to an awareness of distinct parts that
once were part of a body/performance and yet, in their capacities to be perceived as
separate and not just body/performance, begin to undo territory/matrixiality. In this
undoing, simpler and more complex performances, simpler and more complex becomings
curve against and with each other.”
From “The Dissonant Resonance of Becomings: Copoiesis and (Non-)Pulsed Time in Musical Proximities” in Bodily Proximities, Poligrafi, number 67-68, volume 17, 2012, pp. 101-118.