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The Dada of Clark & EssaryNote this text was extracted from Richard Kosteliniz's PA press book on modern aesthetics (which either he or they espelled esthetics, senior ole!) Carl D. Clark and Loris Essary "Semi-constructs of the Secre'tarie du Registre" (without quotes marks) (serifed, kerned font, bold; poss Times London of Paris, approximately correctly indented; with garnie) [P. 128] Semi-constructs of the Secre'tarie du Registre And, so, we sit around passing the time and confusi on grows . . . . an incredible sense of what is the pu rpose if you know what I mean. What Tzara might have c alled a feeling of oildrums and peonies. Amid this dol or, what is art? The seas seem calm. Deception. A feel ing of perhaps this is a sign of growing A person said to us: "How c old; pe rhaps a an you hope to convert peopl n indic (grace) ation o e if they don't understand w f not a dmittin hat you're doing?" Another a g something that should sked if we were getting mone be said, of not properly y from the highway departmen administering slaps to s t. On the whole, the second ome people's psychic fac question is less insulting t es. han the first. How hard it is when everything encourages us to sle ep, though we may look about us with cautions, clingin g eye, to wake and yet look about us as in a d The reversal of mea In a certain sense, ream, with e ning that accompani everything is ever yes that no es the apocalypse i ywhere at all time longer know s one that reaches s. their functi into all aspects of -Alfred North on and whose our social and indi Whitehead gaze is turn vidual lives, and r ed inward. eaches back into ou It would be incredi - Artaud r history, the hist bly inconvenie ory of Western thou nt to have an ght. Its implication is that the "good unambiguous la life" is one of the most vicious man h nguage, and, t as produced . . . . our mania for clea herefore, merc nliness, sanity, decorum, and moderati ifully, we hav on only serves to heighten our dirt, a e not got one. adness, barbarism, and excess. -Bertrand -John Vernon Russell IMAGE: TEXT (of content, quite similar: ( Reprinted from Interstate, no. 2 (1974), by permission of the authors, Copyright (c) 1974 Interstate Magazine ** (small smudge-mark) 128 ) [P. 129] No man lives in external truth among salts and acids, but in the warm phantasmagoric chamber of his brain, w ith the painted windows and the storied walls. -William James A work is "eternal" not because it imposes a single me aning on different man, but because it suggests the di fferent meanings to a single man, sp eaking the same symbo The borders of lic language i n all ages: the work my language ar proposes, man disposes. Every reade e the borders r who is prepa red to resist being i of my world. ntimidated by the letter knows this; -Wittgenstein into contact w ith what lies BEYOND the text, as t hough the primary language of the work gave rise to ot her words in him, teaching him a new tongue? That is w hat we call dreaming. -^_6-^_6-^_6 more to be uploaded later (ah the beauy of text ! - and this IS the data era, istn't it> its?