Sight is the sense… is a long, free-associating monologue that tumbles from topic to topic to create a vast failing explanation of the world. Comical in its apparent naiveté and preposterously encyclopedic in scope, it exposes the absurdity and horror of consciousness as it tries and fails to define everything that it encounters. The project might be thought of as an explanation of the world as if for (or by) a child, a psychotic or a Martian.   Photo Credit: Hugo Glendinning

Sight is the sense… is a long, free-associating monologue that tumbles from topic to topic to create a vast failing explanation of the world. Comical in its apparent naiveté and preposterously encyclopedic in scope, it exposes the absurdity and horror of consciousness as it tries and fails to define everything that it encounters. The project might be thought of as an explanation of the world as if for (or by) a child, a psychotic or a Martian.

 

Photo Credit: Hugo Glendinning


Sight is the sense that dying people tend to lose first

By Tim Etchells
Performed by Jim Fletcher

UK (England)

UTR 2009 - The Public