Coronavirus Readings for Artists is a public folder inviting artists to read, share, and contribute texts as they see fit…there is no curation in this library, only gestures of goodwill.
permissions changed from anyone can edit to anyone can view on 6/21/21
the loss of power, the disaster in the modern sense, is an affliction, but the reappearance of these old heavens is its opposite. This is the paradise entered through hell.
you know, i would go out and come home, and there would be new handles up on something
now the semiotic virus, and the psycho reset that it is bringing about, is helping us in the transition towards immobility. can you understand that?
an inquiry focused on the house, its interior places, and its outdoor context…in the house…a metaphor of humanness
her calm assumption that we may be able to learn important lessons from the experience of people who lived two and a half millennia ago itself challenges the modern belief in progress
in order to stop suffering, we have to stop working
since the note is in my notebook, it presumably has some meaning to me
They chose a stony texture, wanting it to seem like “something that you could actually touch,” Ms. Eckert said. Other details — like the level of realism and the lighting, which has the spikes cast long shadows — were calibrated to “help display the gravity of the situation and to draw attention,” she said.
that discomfort you’re feeling is grief
*Coronavirus Readings for Artists included in the Miller ICA at Carnegie Mellon’s Remote Control #1 ePublication, March 2020