License Agreement:
For Adaptation Rights and
Terms of Future Use

I

For use of this SCRIPT (1)
the LICENSOR (2) hereby grants
the LICENSEE (3) the

non-exclusive right
to present, translate, adapt,
or otherwise use

all of its content (4)
(and material therein)
within the context

of exhibitions
or other presentation
formats involving

its inscription (5) and
subsequent scenographing:
uses of this script

may include photo-
or cinematographic
and sound recordings

of its enactment
(and the synthesis thereof),
a theatrical

staging enacting
its dialogues or content,
the publication

of its content (or
content extrapolated
from the use thereof),

or any other
interpretation leading
to presentation

of its content in
the context of a public
display or broadcast.

II

For an agreed FEE (6)
the licensee may produce
(and/or commission

productions of such
enactments by third-parties (7))
extrapolations

of the Script’s content,
as they desire, for an
agreed DURATION (8).

III

This agreement, like
a falling object, is bound
to laws immortal.








1. Cut with Some Scenes of Cinematography: A Sonata for Two Women

2. Studio for Propositional Cinema

3. Amanda Schmitt

4. Scripts are hypothetical language formations produced within an intention to be extrapolated and re­formulated within given and/or constructed visual, spatial, and temporal conditions. They exist preliminarily; each potential formulation of a script is simultaneously a resolved (correct) interpretation and an unresolved, uncertain (incorrect) iteration within a perpetual infinitude of potential formulations, each existing within unanticipatable linguistic, spatial, and temporal conditions

5. Inscriptions are physicalized extrapolations of scripts that allow their content to become perceptible. They are informational fields or forms presented within an intention to be seen and received within given and/or constructed visual, spatial, and temporal conditions. They utilize perceptual forms to re­place the ideational contents of scripts from the linguistically articulated (personal) spaces of reading and/or listening into the physically articulated (social) spaces of human-object relations, setting them within networks of linguistic, spatial, and temporal conditions.

6. 1 000,00 NOK

7. The Licensor produces scripts within the intention that they be (re­)interpreted and (re­)formulated as needed. Every script is a proposal for what a script can be, forwarding the spectator to its potential inscription within the (grasping vices of the) object-world (which transforms information into forms in order to re­process it as new knowledge).

8. One year (with an option to extend)