I asked you to read me something.

As part of you must follow me carefully, participants are asked to read a text of their choice aloud – how they like, for as long as they like. Below is a very messy, fragmented list of what has been read and documented so far as part of this series to date.

There are lines from some of these texts which have become a reoccurring thread throughout the series, others have faded the moment they were uttered.

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Jayne – Mother Goose’s Nursery Rhymes; Alistair – Selected Poems of Gwen Harwood; James – My Happy; Nick – The Secret Language of Dreams; Madison – Litany in which certain things are crossed out; James – Proust was a Neuroscientist; Brad – MX Newspaper (30th July issue); Amelie – Ancis Abschiedsbrief furmir (26th Jan 2012); Lewis –  I ain’t going to work tomorrow; Leah – Situation; Laura – Art as Experience; Lleah – Chromaphobia; Bec – personal notes and reflections following ‘dialogues’; Lucy – Art History: a very short introduction & @stealthpoach’s twitter stream; Benjamin – Claude Parent dance script #7; Laura – ‘Having an Experience’ in Art as Experience; Vitto and Anna – Modern Arboriculture; Lou – Rathaus; Tobias – ‘Bruce Gildan’ in Portugal as Seen by Magnum Photographers; Holly – Everything Ravaged. Everything Burned; Darren and Vitto – last eightish months of sms conversation between the two of us; Darren – Liveness: performance in a mediatized culture; Benjamin – Boag’s Draught label; Dan – 7# script dance Parent Claude; Anna – the Essential Rumi; Vitto – Boag’s Draught label; Chloe – an Alas of Surgical Approaches to the Bones and Joints of the Dog and Cat (third edition); Rob – Birthday Letters; Rahni – Hyper tom script 2010; Julia – local council election pamphlets; Sara – Collections; Darren – Origin of the Species; Boni – House of Mirth & personal notes about you must follow me carefully & Sarah’s written documentation; Julia – (unknown); Sarah – ‘eternal using the arbitrary’ in Masculine Domination; Jess – bupa health care cover statement; Brian – (unknown); Emma – Just Kids; Sara – (unknown).

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“sorry about the mess at the bottom of the stairs”

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2 thoughts on “I asked you to read me something.

  1. brianfuata

    Hey Boni, the text I was reading was “Beauty and Power: Transgendering and Cultural Transformation in the Southern Phillipines”, Johnson, M 1997,Berg Books, London. Hope you are well. Cheers, Brian.

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