最新投稿：2018年12月10日 | Last posted: 10 Dec. 2018
Bates: Does “post-awareness” mean a patient no longer comprehends that she has dementia?
Kirby: Yeah, once people become unaware there is a problem. Then there is a drift in thought patterns, also reality crumbles. Dreams/Nightmares become a reality, confusion sets in. Of course there might be the odd moment of bliss and escape. It’s hard to comprehend this, as our own reality with healthy minds makes full and complete sense to us. People with dementia find themselves in is their own reality, but it’s one of loops and confusion. I was attracted to working with that as a framework for creation.
A interview by Landon Bates, Sept. 18, 2018, THE BELIEVER:
One must also consider, to be sure, the singular involvement in the mobility of a highly differentiated, tactical and strategic context. But this should not prevent one from recognizing certain invariables beyond these limits. There is constancy, consistency and coherence here. There are discursive layers whose stratifications allows long sequences to remain subjacent to ephemeral formations.
An Empty Bliss Beyond This World (2011), The Caretaker (James Kirby)