Lulú

= Absurd action, searching for meaning where probably there isn’t one

Lulu was dragging a piece of rope around the city. Somebody asked him why he was dragging the piece of rope. Lulu answered: What would you rather have me doing? Push it?

Some actions one does do not make sense unless you discover the reverse, more absurd way it doesn’t make sense. Dragging a piece of rope around makes sense only if you think of the reversed way, even more absurd, senseless and impossible, that is to push it around.  

Lulú with acute accent is meant to change the initial meaning of “lulu” as being “an outstanding example of a particular type of person or thing”.

In the Lulú card the accent falls on the second absurd action in order for the first one to seem commonplace.

Contributions: 

︎︎︎Hear Writing Right Here
︎︎︎The End of Future and the NEW NOW
︎︎︎HOW to capture the NOW
︎︎︎The Happy Uselessness of the Artist
︎︎︎Art Worker
︎︎︎Another Fraudulent Manifesto
︎︎︎The Possibility of Possibility
︎︎︎My Now, Our Now, the New Now