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Night is an element of love; like fog. It liberates space, lets freshness cross it. Its magic elevates the body, brings to the surface the mystery of just being alive, being. With or without stars and galaxies, the sky becomes a private territory—the imagination’s own scope. These are moments when one reaches all there is between the moon and oneself.
—  Etel Adnan, from Etel Adnan: on Love and the Cost We Are Not Willing to Pay Today (Hatje Cantz Verlag GmbH & Co KG, 2011)  
But what is love? And what are we giving up when we relinquish it? Love is not to be described, it is to be lived. We may deny it, but we know it when it takes hold of us. When something in ourselves submits the self to itself. Prisoner of oneself, that’s the lover. A strange fever.
—  Etel Adnan, from Etel Adnan: on Love and the Cost We Are Not Willing to Pay Today (Hatje Cantz Verlag GmbH & Co KG, 2011)  
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Week of February 15, 2017:

  • bpNichol, Two Novels (Toronto, ON: Coach House Press, 1969)
  • Mark Gonzales, Non Stop Poetry: Printed March 18, 1994 (Los Angeles: Mark Gonzales, 1994)
  • Mat2er (Columbus, OH: Mat2er, 1992)
  • John M Bennett, Time Release (Columbus: Luna Bisonte Prods, 1978)
  • Hrach Bayadyan, Hrach Bayadyan: Becoming Post-Soviet (Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz, 2012)
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Week of February 9, 2017:

  • Maurizio Nannucci, parole/mots/worter (Florence, Italy: Recorthings and Zona Ediczioni, 1979)
  • Salvador Dali (Introduction by Ignacio Vidal-Folch), Salvador Dali - 100 Notes/100 Thoughts, No. 39 (Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz, 2011)
  • Gig Wailgum, A Visit with Dorothy (School of Fine Arts Press Ltd., 1990)
  • Liam Gillick, Erasmus is Late (London, England: Book Works, 1995)
  • John Armleder, Niente Purtroppo: queluques objets volants 1954-75 (Geneve: Galerie Gaetan, 1975)