In this book I look at the concept of Relative Deterritorialisation as outlined by French Philosophers Giles Deleuze and Félix Guattari in their seminal book, Anti-Oedipus (1972). The term is used to denote the shift or movement of power and order away from an established norm. The process must be accompanied by a second stage of reterritorialisation as new ideas are incorporated into the norm. The term is commonly used in cultural anthropology; when one culture is being subsumed into another it undergoes this double fold process of Deterritorialisation and Reterritorialisation. In my book I apply the schema to linguistic analysis and using examples from three great authors of theatre and film, Robert Wilson, Samuel Beckett and Peter Greenway, I examine how this cyclical process performs an act of Double Articulation, folding and refolding back in and upon itself, while at the same time moving, changing and progressing. It is the anthropology of all art, culture, religion, politics, science and nature to re-appropriate for themselves what has come before, giving new meaning and establishing new norms.