So I'm sitting here thinking about the various A, B, B, A combinations that are possible — and they are legion — when I see this totally abstract, non-representational Spirograph sort of construction from my ex-friend Jakob.
And, weirdly, after gazing at this modern-art nonsense for a few moments, I start to feel certain ... feelings. It doesn't really make sense, because these are just random globs of orange highlighted by random blue spotlights. Nevertheless, I can't deny that these blobs and triangles — clearly the work of a clumsy amateur, no doubt lit up on och mellanol — elicit a stirring in my loins, or what my grandmother called "man's stinking Oslo."
I don't want to elaborate too much, this being a family-friendly production and all, but just to give you a high-level understanding of what this piece does to me: It makes me want ... goddammit, it makes me want a man after midnight!!!
Play by play commentary for this match is provided, as it happens, by Joshua Allen.
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