Look at Matias Viegener’s work
make/create lists, read some aloud. who am I/who are you?
list of things you both want and don’t want people to know—(include at least five, if possible)
physical, emotional, spiritual
place/no place/another place/a new place
outside for a quick walk
bring “things” back
make one more list including what was gathered on the walk
imitation of Sappho—
channel her for 5-7 minutes
use of both Sappho’s lines and yours
continue Sappho project if not done
then, Heraclitus plus imitation plus lines from your own lists
spend time w/books.
gather quotes and images (photographs, graphic novels).
walk? (to gather characters?)—walk through the Haight or GGP to gather characters
(or another part of the city)
read from Markson
spend time with books.
collect tidbits, fragments, factoids and ephemera
trade them like baseball cards (write them down so that they can be passed around—(I could provide some, many, and many images, too, and small empty pages to be made into a collage, or a larger page, etc.)
produce something made of several different things.
Everyone teaches something for three minutes. (words in a foreign language, joke, magic trick, dance, etc.)
one more trick
Video ourselves reading/chanting/trading lists, trading parts of lists.
Dance it, sing it.
Beat out the rhythm of it (a list).
a language lesson/another alphabet
(each day, several people teach one thing—that takes five minutes?)
How far can we go/stretch the/a narrative? What can we include? What are we leaving out?
Relationship to time?
To words?/language? Silence?
To each other?