The Insomnia Drawings by Louise Bourgeois, Daros/Scalo, Zurich, 2000 2 bound volumes in slipcase. Recto and verso reproductions of 220 drawings made by L.B. between November 1994 and June 1995 during sleepless nights.

The Insomnia Drawings by Louise Bourgeois, Daros/Scalo, Zurich, 2000 2 bound volumes in slipcase. Recto and verso reproductions of 220 drawings made by L.B. between November 1994 and June 1995 during sleepless nights.

sound 02 poster by marjo loponen

sound 02 poster by marjo loponen

Sylvano Bussotti. "Pieces de chair II for piano, baryton viola, female voice and instruments" (1960)

Sylvano Bussotti. "Pieces de chair II for piano, baryton viola, female voice and instruments" (1960)

Drawing happens. #lariwashburn #sketchbooks #drawing

Drawing happens. #lariwashburn #sketchbooks #drawing

Glossolalie 61 | Dieter Schnebel, the composer, theologian, teacher and musicologist

Glossolalie 61 | Dieter Schnebel, the composer, theologian, teacher and musicologist

Katie Lewis

Katie Lewis

Caroline Gaedechens

Caroline Gaedechens

Richard Serra's verb exercise. Serra began this list of verbs in 1967 after giving up painting. From the Museum of Modern Art - "In pencil on two sheets of paper, the artist lists the infinitives of 84 verbs—to roll, to crease, to fold, to store, etc.—and 24 possible contexts—of gravity, of entropy, of nature, etc.—in four columns of script. Serra described the list as a series of “actions to relate to oneself, material, place, and process,” and employed it as a kind of guide for his…

Richard Serra's verb exercise. Serra began this list of verbs in 1967 after giving up painting. From the Museum of Modern Art - "In pencil on two sheets of paper, the artist lists the infinitives of 84 verbs—to roll, to crease, to fold, to store, etc.—and 24 possible contexts—of gravity, of entropy, of nature, etc.—in four columns of script. Serra described the list as a series of “actions to relate to oneself, material, place, and process,” and employed it as a kind of guide for his…

"the performance may start at any point of the perimeter no matter clockwise or counterclockwise."     Study for Vibration from "Corona for Pianist(s)" [©Salabert] (1962)     Toru Takemitsu (1930-1996)

"the performance may start at any point of the perimeter no matter clockwise or counterclockwise." Study for Vibration from "Corona for Pianist(s)" [©Salabert] (1962) Toru Takemitsu (1930-1996)

Louise Bourgeois:Untitled, ink on paper

Louise Bourgeois:Untitled, ink on paper

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