In Beckett, text and image are never what they could have been. His experiments with media suggest an infinite chain of endless images and a regress of these very images toward the image that started it all. The world is formed in the skull. A Beckettian text reveals a mental coenaesthesis in which an infinity of points of view and objects and a space characterized by vast distances give rise to a virtuel universe. The Beckettian cranium presents the very conditions of representation, the adjustment of the apparatus before projection; it is an outer interiority, an enclosure bordering upon an opening.