takes the case of the free-style slalom skater as its engendering paradigm and paradox. The free-style skater follows rules–namely she/he must not touch any of the (usually) cones laid out before her/him. But despite merely adhering to the rules, the skater's run is of value proportionally to the degree that she/he can achieve a freedom of movement that transcends the constrictions of the game. The poetic paradox—a simultaneous adherance to and transgression of order—is appropraited by the Rollodrome.
is a public skating rink, always open to the public,