s [st s] tt tr by alican çamcı published on 2015-07-27T14:30:40Z Accordion: Stas Venglevski “It is no longer the character who is a stutterer in speech; it is the writer who becomes a stutterer in language: he makes the language as such stutter. […] Is it possible to make language stutter without confusing it with speech? Everything depends on the way we consider language. If we extract it like a homogeneous system in equilibrium, or close to equilibrium, defined by constant terms and relations, it is obvious that the disequilibriums and variations can only affect speech. But if the system appears in perpetual disequilibrium or bifurcation, if each of its terms in turn passes through a zone of continuous variation, then language itself will begin to vibrate and stutter, but without being confused with speech, which never assumes more than one variable position among others, or moves in more than one direction.” Gilles Deleuze, ‘He stuttered…’ from Essays Critical and Clinical s [st s] tt tr is written for and dedicated with admiration to Stas Venglevski.