Saturday, June 15, 2013
"NOT KNOWING BUT AS PROXIMITY": HANK LAZER'S N18 (COMPLETE)
"Given to the delight and terror of contact at edges, the Notebooks evidence curiosity and an increasingly desperate yearning to better understand 'us/ that fact what were' because it has changed despite the impossibility of doing so (“8/19/10—8/20/10”). They face a sharpened, bittersweet awareness that the poverty of limits exposes us to a much wider range of activity where the 'darkness' seen at 'horizon of the end' abandons forms we love for unprecedented visions: 'what we are to get a glimpse of what we might become' (“8/28/10”)." My review of Hank Lazer's meticulous and incredibly expansive N18 (complete) (Singing Horse Press 2012) is finally available in the review section of Drunken Boat 17. Thanks to Shira Dentz for putting the review section together!
Posted by Hauke1nk at 11:43 AM