From: Cari Machet (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Feb 14 2006 - 10:55:25 PST
r' was 'indian cheif' a joke?
not an indian name -ur's?
"real life is beyond you"??
no indian (cheif or no) that i know would say that
On 2/13/06, David Westling <email suppressed> wrote:
> Children? Better scene and not herd. I could never figure out how to
> avoid falling into and getting stuck in some regular job (ugh) if
> there were a wife and kids to support. (Problem is, I'm one of those
> old-fashioned types who can't understand when women want to go back
> to work 3 weeks after giving birth.) The old conundrum! which is
> worse? the tyranny of the boss or the tyranny of the breadwinner?
> Work is worse. I turned 51 in sept, raised a Catholic, can you
> believe it? since I'm now the most confirrmed atheist on the planet.
> Still playing out the string I picked up in March 1974 at the Marcel
> Duchamp retrospective. This made academia anathema. What was it
> Nietzsche said? We knowers are unknown to ourselves, all we want to
> do is bring something back to the hive, real life is beyond us. No
> academia, no corporata, no real art career, am I just a kept man
> then? I did crummy janitorial type jobs for awhile, post office,
> serious loafing, and then worked in libraries so I could raid the
> collections for gold. Now I tune pianos. I make films, haven't had
> one screened recently, last one was in '99 I think. Painter. poet,
> indian chief--There's still a review of my painting show online at
> artscope.net from '99. No MFA, or I'd be afraid my art would look
> David Westling
> Chicago IL USA
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