How did it get so late so soon?
It's night before
December is here before it's June.
My goodness how the
time has flewn.
How did it get so late so soon
Every morning I tell myself: today has to be
and then something happens that prevents me from writing.
Today…what is there that I have to do today?
— Susan Sontag in The Complete Rolling Stone Interview
Waaagh, s-s-s-s-sss, I even hear the
I’m exactly 12.34 seconds into my speech and I would like to take a small pause.
At least until I scroll down a little more.
(Your presence/company is appreciated. )
At leastuntil I've scrolled to the bottom.)
I Swear I Drew It
If you change an old habit to something new, you lubricate the side of the brain that
is not yet aware of the new habit. It’s ecstasy making to impose something on oneself that one never did before, because it is really playing with the electromagnetic forces and the neuroplasticity of the brain. It was like learning a new language; it is intoxicating.
— Linda Montano
The Light Box
“I think now that everything has been said. Well, not everything.
We do not say everything because we do not know everything.
And there are maybe other things I know, but that I cannot say.”
—Alfred Jurgenson in Pratique du Montage
Most images in this presentation have been gleaned in various books at the Sitterwerk Library during our stay there. I plan Except salerno and I + book of rebecca