We know Guattari mostly because of Deleuze. They wrote a few controversial philosophical works together. Guattari is often disadvantaged as "second author" and is usually ignored. The title "Bad Man" is a mockery of people saying that he gave Deleuze "bad influence", and a "radical social activist" is always a bad man in the eyes of the governors.
This is a small drama based on text and narrative. This is not a review of Guattari's life or his theory report. We always care about the parts that overlap with our lives, like the "escape path" that Deleuze / Guattari set up for us. When these have become "golden rules", how will we face it and respond? The performance is not the result of a repetitive rehearsal, and we don't want to treat the rehearsal as a practice itself. We still look forward to discovering. Guattari has participated in countless activities throughout his life, as well as writing and publishing. As a psychoanalyst, he died in a mental hospital where he worked for life.