Transrational language created by Alexei Kruchenykh.
4. Thought and speech cannot catch up with the emotional experience of someone inspired; therefore the artist is free to express himself not only in common language (concepts) but also in a private language (a creator is individual), as well as in a language that is transrational--one that doesn't have a definite meaning (is not frozen). A common language is binding; a free one allows more complete expression.
5. Words die, the world stays young forever. An artist has seen the world in a new way, and like Adam, he gives his own names to everything. A lily is beautiful but the word "lily" is soiled with fingers and is raped. For this reason I call a lily: "euy" (ehooee in Russian) and the original purity is established.
3. It is better to substitute for a word one similar in sound, rather than one similar in idea...
1. New verbal form creates a new content, and not vice-versa.
6. Introducing new words, I bring a new content, everything begins to slide (shift)...
7. In art there can be unresolved dissonances--"something unpleasant for the ear"--because there is a dissonance in our soul.