If we’re all in a room together and we laugh together,
we’re temporarily in agreement.
We’ve also sounded-out our thinking. We make
a noise that shows what we’re thinking, so
laughing together is a way of thinking together.
Just as dancing together at a wedding is a
way of thinking together, or walking together
through a field is a way of thinking together. It’s
immediately sociable and participatory.
A conversation with Lone Twin
CARL LAVERY &
PerformanceResearch: A Journal of the Performing Arts (2011), 16:4