Saturday, October 31, 2009


"...his stuttering text is a bouquet of seven experimental prose note-books (sometimes constructed in verse lines), which treat, with a Wittgensteinian uncloudedness, the problem of trying to describe a bird, a carnation, a mimosa, a riverbank, a pine forest, a Provencal sky, a wasp".
ARTFORUM: December 2008.

I agree that language can be confining: one reason to look forward to reading Ponge's "Mute Objects of Expression". Francis apparently has good taste in sweaters too.

Ponges' prose reminds me so much of my process in artwork--the mulling over of interchanging words/context.Nice.

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