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J Cage: Music is permanent; only listening is intermittent

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Jen Tynes on Antlers and Nathan Hauke in LINES at Lost Roads

Stunned by and incredibly grateful for the care and sprawling precision of Jen Tynes' riffs on the opening lines of IN THE MARBLE OF YOUR ANIMAL EYES (Publication Studio, 2013) at Lost Roads: "The speed of thinking sometimes gets out of step with the speed of movement or action, so some leap-frog happens: a speaker ends up in constant displacement or uncanniness. Walking through a doorway only sort of purges our event models: we remember enough to know we missed something, that once we were on a slightly different side of the room." Thanks, Jen!

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