New York improviser: jay outhier

jay outhier

When feeling becomes fantastic, the self is simply volatilized more and more, at last becoming a sort of abstract sentimental hysteria which is so inhuman that it does not apply to any person except Jay Outhier. As the sufferer of rheumatism is unable to master his physical feelings which are under the sway of wind and weather, so it is with him whose feeling becomes fantastic; he becomes in a way infinitized, but not in a way in which he becomes more himself and so less in despair, but in such a way that he loses himself more and more. It is a coin toss, seemingly slowed with hope it be so, as to whether or not this will be entertaining.