A Note on The Intermittent Movement of Speech Acts
written by Jo Ying Peng
: starting, stopping, and starting again : not constant or steady
The intermittent is its rhythm.
The intermittent brings friction.
The intermittent breaths its own balance.
The intermittent conjugates the forms.
The intermittent verbalised A Å Æ )A(.
The intermittent speaks for its moves.
The intermittent is scripted by the emotional process.
The intermittent is woven by the metronome.
The intermittent doesn’t have to belong to the metronome but with it dance.
The intermittent starts at ________, stops at ________, then starts again at________.
1 : the act or process of moving
: ACTION, ACTIVITY —usually used in plural
2 : TENDENCY, TREND
3 : the moving parts of a mechanism that transmit a definite motion
To left, to right, upward, downward, onward, backward.
The TYPEWRITER and the KNITTING MACHINE are choreographed by the HAND.
The movement is written through the dialogue between the machines and the human beings. It is to be: a river, a ritual, a constant and unrepeatable trajectory, a counter-clockwise direction, a series of moves from one place to another and try to hold the rhythm indicated by the metronome.
The metronome gives the heartbeats for the movement.
1 : a spoken expression of ideas, opinions, etc., that is made by someone who is speaking in front of a group of people
2 : the ability to speak
3 : spoken language
There is no smoke without fire; there is no speech without tongue.
: a fleshy movable muscular process of the floor of the mouths of most vertebrates that bears sensory end organs and small glands and functions especially in taking and swallowing food and in humans as a speech organ
The first tongue delivers the characteristic.
The second tongue translates the resistance.
The third tongue vibrates the relationship between the human and the machine.
One by one, repetitively, orderly, steadily.
Then the last tongue codifies fate.
1 : something that is done
2 : one of the main divisions of a play or opera
The act is scripted by the score.
The score is
to encode the river (the movement).
to encode the exchange.
to encode the tongue (the speech).
to encode the inked choreography.
to encode the written flow.
The score is the presentation of the methodology of The Intermittent Movement of Speech Acts.
* The definitions of the vocabularies are sourced from Merriam-Webster.