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London bound

Taxes are done, suitcase is packed, and I'm off to London - for the first time in 20 years, in fact. For anyone in the vicinity, I'll be doing a little talk this Saturday alongside Scanner and Stephen Vitiello at Tate Modern. If you're in the neighborhood, come on by.

After that it's off to Cologne -- so expect some properly jetsetterish site updates soon. It's been a little slow 'round Chez Sherburne, I realize.

Now go listen to Pepito.


Drop us a line when you're in town Phil.

how in the heck did you not manage to go there for 20 years?

Hope you are working on a feature of the Cologne scene!

hope the pilgrimage goes well, if you were really hardcore you'd walk there, with dried peas in your shoes and a horsehair shirt on your back, thats a real pilgrimage

saw your article in Wax Poetics, did it get butchered in editing? It sounds overly word-processed and I was wondering if that was you or them. Your writing on the blog here is generally pretty lucid, but the article seemed to have the tone and style of a grade school essay.

Re: the Wax Poetics thing...erm, as far as I can tell it's pretty much how I wrote it. Admittedly it's less a theoretical piece and more of an extended walk through a long conversation with Marclay, laying out his history for readers that don't know much about the movement. As for having the style and tone of a grad-school essay, I'm not sure what to say, really. Except that if it's true, I guess I get an "F" this time out.

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