Lecture on ________.


A meta-theatrical (and musical) lecture from John Cage's Lecture on Nothing. The texts and lectures of John Cage constitute a fundamental instrument for the understanding of his work. They are also a remarkable tool for questioning and addressing permanent issues of artistic creation: structure, form and content. The innate and the cultural. The random and the constructed. Cage explores these eternal opposites with an apparent simplicity that extends from the practical exercise to the theoretical reflection, permanently interweaving each other.