When did you last stand before a work of Paul Thek’s? It’s a difficult thing to do in London, unless you’re a smart collector who already owns the work, that is! I’m not sure that collectors, smart or otherwise, find their way to the Fruit Store, but if so then welcome; you come at a good moment! Continue reading “on thek in london and horn in london too [a bit more]”
Cage a Swallow/Swallow a Cage was performed twice on November 6th at the Whitney, during their exhibition of Roni Horn AKA Roni Horn. It’s part of the work that AC did during her Residency at RH’s Library of Water in Stykkisholmur, Iceland.
I couldn’t make it, have been requesting a recording of it for some time and now it’s up on their site here (UPDATED 2Mar2018).
The page includes stills and a downloadable mp3 of about 25 mins, which may not be there forever…
Thanks, you Whitneys…
Transcription of the event follows; Continue reading “anne carson; cage a swallow can’t you but you can’t swallow a cage can you: a sonnet sequence for roni horn”