I am grateful, though, for Mark's questioning the language of the
anthropologists, as I questioned the musicological language of composition.
And Guy (welcome back) threw in an exciting angle on efficient, robust and
brittle machines and tumbling men. The butoh reference was amazing.
But if we share languages, daily ones and more specialized or complex ones,
then the sharing is one of questions that were raised, in my whole
excursion. An excursion across fields to come back to "interactivity."
My last proposition was:
> interactivity cannot be designed.>