HERE WE ARE: THANK YOU
Thanks for your gorgeous, rambling text ’Confessions of an Overworked Artist’ in our newspaper The International Pear Review. I have chosen to steal the very first idea presented therein: idea#345.782: ”Keep a journal where every entry is made on flights (daydreams spinning out of control at 30.000 feet feet above that vast ocean below – fear of flying , heartracing, those beautiful mountains like a sea of rippling geology)”. What a great challenge. All these hours we spend up here: This is the first entry in the quest you uncoinsciously set up for me.
I really loved your two contributions to our newspaper, especially the first one, ’Touching the spring and weight of the air’ . I am going to steal the title for my new blog – that is, parts of the original title you quoted in your entry; I hope its okay with you?
So here we are. Welcome to
Touching the Spring of the Air, and its Effects, Made, for the Most Part.
Brandon Labelle: Confessions of an Overworked Artist, in The International Pear Review no.1/2014 (2014, Bergen, KHiB Artistic Research Group KU2) p. 10-12
Kjersti Sundland: Touching the spring and weight of the air, in The International Pear Review no.1/2014 (2014, Bergen, KHIB Artistic Research Group KU2) p. 7