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“The larval mask discovers the world but does not necessarily make any sense of it […]. [It] can be mercurial and potentially anarchic in a most endearing way, but the outstanding characteristic of this mask is its insatiable appetite for play. With the larval mask Lecoq confronts his students with the task of finding the corporeal impression from a shape […]. The larval masks require sensitivity rather than precision, and games rather than accuracy.”

Wright (2002: 79)

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