Circa 1968 Parts 1-4 III

1. You are
and you've been taken over in the 2.person once you read this. once you read this you've been situated.suddenly in a sequence, in a back an forth of events, which are arranged as follows:
                                   next to a young man with beautiful hair, en
                                   route to the Bastille, May 13, 
                                   one day before the general strike, two days after 
                                   the Sorbonne reopens, ten days since the police 
                                   occupation, four months following the riots at 
                                   Cain, in the wake of wildcat strikes in Lyons, 
                                   longer since matraquage: October 17, 1961, 
                                   Algerian workers,thrown into 
                                   the Seine from Neuilly Bridge.

2. Behind
a projection in your back.a backprojected you you,
the photographer, seconds 1before the shutter clicks, immuring the moment, not long 2 before you are born.
and inbetween


                                4. La Marianne de mai: „Des tas d’idées me passent par la tête. Je
                                pense même à la Révolution française. Moi, la jeune fille d’une bonne
                                famille anglaise. Je commence àposer.following these lines, you are between before 1 and before 2 again, following her outlines you are part of posing the pose again. you are part of.
                                Mon corps se raidit. Je tends
                                mon bras. Mon visage devient plus grave. 
                                Alors, je suis piègée par le rôle
                                que j’essaie d’incarner.“

 3. Straight ahead, the shoulders of an
 artist, supporting his companion who
 has mal aux pieds.

                                 and straight ahead condensing the point where you are with your body now