Colin's Critical Reads

February 7th, 2017

From Colin:

I come back to books about delight and its relation to perception, perception and its relation to doing, doing and its relation to time and place. "To do two things at once is to do neither," writes Publilius Syrus in the first century BCE. How might we in 2017 evert an all-present assumption of more and denial of less in our everyday lives as we stand, as James Breslin writes in Mark Rothko: A Biography, before "an unknown space where life appears on the verge of either a new start or a disintegration"?