More than two decades after Cage’s death, a small press called Siglio has published a definitive edition of his major long text. Starting in 1965,
In 1978, after many years of living…
In 1978, after many years of living in London and Tangiers, William S. Burroughs decided to return to his home country. For a small group of artistic weirdos, this was a significant event, and a convention was held in his honor at the Entermedia Theater from November 30 through December 2, 1978, on Second Avenue and 12th Street in New York City (it’s no longer there).
I don’t really think old Laozi actually ever said this. But, it is a great quote. Related articles John Cage: Silence yet not silencing (pilimi200.wordpress.com)
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