Mirroring our dialogue: Danielle Freakley as The Quote Generator
Trotter, Penelope. (2007). Mirroring our dialogue: Danielle Freakley as The Quote Generator. Artlink: a contemporary art magazine in Australia.
On sitting down for a chat with Danielle Freakley a drink waitress asked her if she was the one who wanted the peppermint tea, 'Yes, yes, that is precisely what I want. Cannibal Holocaust, 1980.' The Generator said as she averted her gaze and let out a loud and awkward sigh. The drink waitress stood there pausing, it was quite a large pause. I didn't want to look at the waitress for fear of damaging the flow of the conversation for Freakley, but you could have cut the air with a knife with the silence that this verbatim created.
|Journal||Artlink: a contemporary art magazine in Australia|
|Web address (URL)||http://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=963109260133190;res=IELHSS|
|Page range||42 - 43|
|Research Group||School of Arts|
|Place of publication||Australia|
|Editors||C. H. Ng and P. Renshaw|
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