“Objects have more than one meaning at the same time depending on the point of view and the context”
Kate Bornstein is utterly postmodern. She is a proud embodiment of a hypnotic yet distasteful theory that attempts to explain the dissolution between opinions on high art and popular culture, and the subsequent redefinition of what it is to have intrinsic ‘meaning’.
Kate has spent the last few years touring the USA trying to recruit people to the idea that they should live their lives in whatever way that they want, whether illegal, immoral or sadomasochistic, as long as they “don’t be mean” to anyone. And she makes an incredibly convincing case.