Monday, May 31, 2004

"Now let me say it to you—simply as I can: the search for an art . . . . either in the making or the appreciation . . . . is the most terrifying adventure imaginable: it is a search always into unexplored regions; and it threats the soul with terrible death at every turn; and it exhausts the mind utterly; and it leaves the body moving, moving endlessly through increasingly unfamiliar terrain: there is NO hope of return from the territory discovered by this adventuring; and there is NO hope of rescue from the impasse where such a search may leave one stranded."(The Brakhage Lectures |Stan Brakhage |ubuweb | via woods s lot)


:: note :: . . . what an incredible read . . . thanks again to the brilliant wood s lot . . .