Sunday, October 25, 2009

Starry Night balanced on Triangular Trouble (last week in London)

I think maybe I had never been to the Barbican during daytime eversuddenly everything seemed interesting
I was really there to see Radical Nature

and everything natural seemed radical

inside, great as always Rsie

Robert Smithson's Spiral Jetty
Hans Haacke
with photos from his series of real time systems
all great

at the Tate , great BaldessariStarry Night balanced on Triangular Trouble
and Miroslaw Balka's great cave of darkness

At Serpentine, the Sanaa pavilion was very cute

and Hans Urlich Obrists' Poetry Marathon just amazing, here Mr Pablo Leon de la Barra and lovely Cibelle recite part of Mr Kenneth Bostocks' piece
I often looked to the ceiling for clues

Jimmy Durham

Christodoulos Panayiotou

and amazing Dominique Gonzales Foerster reading from Jacques Roubauds' The form of a city changes faster, alas, than the human heart

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