The last.

Since I’ve been reading Johanna Drucker all semester, it seems fitting to close my comments on this blog, where we have so often discussed the challenges and surprises of making, with something Drucker says in an interview for Journal of Artists’ Books 21 (2007):

I think the act
 of making experience over into form is fundamental to that process of ‘figuring out what is.’ I don’t separate the ‘is’ from the making, the ‘being’ in the world/experience from the ‘representing.’ I don’t know how to know what I know except by trying to represent it to myself.

It’s been a pleasure to work with all of you this semester: to read your posts, interact with your signments, and discover all the unexpected, weird, wonderful things you know how to do, things that would have probably stayed secrets in any other seminar.

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