This text was originally published as a firing shot for Sublunary Editions in July, 2019.
It can be paired with “Welcome to the Fold.”
With characteristic percipience, Mike Corrao picked up that language, here, was being “uttered twice through the same mouth.” This is, in brief, a case of what I call semiautomatic writing: text composed not through the avoidance of conscious intent, but whilst channeling that of AnOther.
The beauteous formatting, and the opportunity to share this oddity, are both on Joshua Rothes.
Gysin, Brion. Plateau Beaubourg. 1974. Ink and cut-and-pasted gelatin silver prints on paper. 11 x 12 1/2 inches; 27.9 x 31.8 cm. MoMA.