seven boards in seven days

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Hello Hiroshima! (02/13)

Thanks to Sophia (@aseria) for editing 。・゚・(ノ∀`)・゚・。

Visual Board Tour Event:

Sendai | Sapporo | Hiroshima


Mitsuki: Let’s begin todays IDOLISH7’s web program…

All: Kimi to ‘Ai'dolish Nai to~!

Sougo: This web program is presented by the seven members of IDOLISH7. It takes place the same time as our tour to seven different cities, “Visual Board Tour.”

Yamato: People of Sapporo, did you have fun~? This might be sudden but, make a promise to Onii-san. Please be sure to choose how spicy you would like your curry soup to be. (Don’t order it like Sou bc it’s inedible.)

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“Writing is actually the translation of a text we already carry within us” Kamienska.


“I like Simone Weil’s idea that writing is actually the translation of a text we already carry within us. That notion makes a heavy task lighter. In fact, though, writing is the backbreaking work of hacking a footpath, as in a coal mine; in total darkness, beneath the earth. 

In poetry there are moments of illumination. A streak of light falls in the dark corridor, then the darkness slams shut overhead once more. 

In prose the darknesses are even thicker, the black clods even harder.”


Words: Anna Kamienska, from “In That Great River: A Notebook”
Image: Tacita Dean. “The Roaring Forties: Seven Boards in Seven Days”
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