Thursday, November 11, 2004

Some epigraphs missing from Said Like Reeds or Things

This, which I discovered after the book was in production, could have gone on the title page to the "Said Like Reeds or Things" section:

"Prior to Meaning studies the ways in which language behaves as opposed to how it's designed to function."

--Steve McCaffery, from the introduction to Prior to Meaning: The Protosemantics and Poetics

This could have gone on the main title page:

"Art is boring."

--Joseph Kosuth, "Notes on Conceptual Art and Models"

Or maybe I just like these quotes.


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