>Excuse me, do you have the–

February 4, 2011 § Leave a comment

Continuing with February’s theme of Wait and See, I visited Paula Cooper Gallery to watch two hours of Joe’s MFA mentor, Christian Marclay’s The Clock. The piece is a curated 24-hour film, marking actual time with clips from films that reference time. In other words, at 2:13 today, Marclay has edited together a cohesive sequence of representations of clocks, watches, and people talking about 2:13. There’s lots of room to get comfortable on the couches and lose track of time while knowing exactly what time it is. The show is at once impressive and gimmicky. Most importantly, it’s a great way to Wait and See.

Another option for Wait and See month is an evening at Radiance Tea House and a trip to the candy store, Myzel’s with a good friend.

Extra credit to one of my favorite authors, Eileen Myles for an honest and hilarious essay on book tours in the back of the current issue of Bookforum.


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