“Why create a work of art when dreaming about it is so much sweeter?”
(Il Decameron, Pasolini)
– Aren – ‘gleaning’; which also means ‘harvest’ and ‘yield’
A gleaner walks behind the harvesters and picks up the gleanings that are still lying on the field. When creating new work, more than one idea remains unused.
A tunnel from the National Bank to the florist’s across the street,
a boat on the rooftop of a building,
a collection of rat traps that don’t work,
and one of leaky footballs,
a theatre piece that never starts in which you die a hundred times,
a fox made of cardboard.
Could I put these things next to each other such that something does happen?
Something I couldn’t have come up with myself?
tunnel football fox
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