Monthly Archives: October 2010

Jared Stanley Responds to Marcella Durand’s “Traffic & Weather”

A book of positions, I feel invited, but distant – city “as a place shivers and becomes many others.” I read the book from across the continent, in a place that behaves in much the same way, but differs in … Continue reading

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Jennifer Tamayo Responds to Marcella Durand’s “Traffic & Weather”

Dear Marcella Durand, Your book is concrete.   Your book breathes like concrete. Gasping in bubbles and bristling against. Marcella Durand, this is a project of your project. Sight specific. I see your dust, your doorway, your  SLECOs, your grayings, your … Continue reading

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Edmund Berrigan Responds to Marcella Durand’s “Traffic & Weather”

“A CD is a compact disc in case you read this when they are obsolete” “make it hard for me and I’ll make it impenetrable for you” An abrupt detail that portrays landscapes and spaces at their abstract to the … Continue reading

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