Hold Me While I’m Naked, 1966, directed by George Kuchar.
10. Camp sees everything in quotation marks. It’s not a lamp, but a “lamp”; not a woman, but a “woman.” To perceive Camp in objects and persons is to understand Being-as-Playing-a-Role. It is the farthest extension, in sensibility, of the metaphor of life as theater.
Susan Sontag, Notes On Camp, 1964.
See also, RIP, September 8, 2011.
RIP Mr. Kuchar.