• Very short essay on the way Deleuze uses images in his book on Bacon. In the original French edition, the images are in a separate volume; he does that in order to mime, or enact, the theory of sensation in his text. It seems to me this is an unusual and promising strategy for art history (disposing images so their sequence and arrangement provides a visual version of the argument proposed in the text.) Krauss does this in “The Optical Unconscious,” but there are few other examples of this way of letting images argue.