Perhaps in the spirit of it, I have waited a long time to immerse myself in Joshua Ware’s documentation of Immersive/Intensive. This was after hearing Tyrone Williams’ talk about writing, the avant grade, a conversation that usually makes me want to puke. But it did… Read More
If one is one’s book to any degree to be destroyed, infested, repurposed, forgotten. Joshua Ware sent me this along with a copy of my book, out of the blue. What he did with the book is fantastic, terrifying, toothed. I want it to be… Read More
Fanzine featured my essay on looking for books designed to be destroyed by the act of reading them. Books as experiments in frailty–and invitations to a different kind of–and more active–chronic/mnemonic relationship to them. Thanks Paul Cunningham for the motivation to write this and everyone at… Read More
Adrian Parsons let his readers destroy/remake/erase/rememory his conceptual art ideas in both digital and physical installations. I wrote about it.