Book - oral histories.
Significant moments, and points, of people's
lives. The woman just about to leave home

The author's voice . INcluded in the titles,
and as italics. An interview with herself _
re-read this.

How evident the author is - in the stories.
in the - her absence.

Monologies, rather than dialogues, or
conversations. Important notes, tasks,

Who the people are, how they relate
to each other, and appear alongside each
other. Structure and order.
What -
First - the impact, the facts, the reaction.
Accounts of what happened, and how
it was dealt with, the immediate

Tuesday mornings - how can I use

this time?
Mark it.

the intensity, and connection [some notes
about why it's important. Profound.
9.00 - 10.00.]
Keep it.


[notes about the nuexp

Peasants, farmers, belief and trust, and respect
in and for the land. Can I learn about this,
and how? The systems, rituals, the work,
and how the food is produced.
And what the visuals mean -

Jung. — the unexplained, and

The spirit. Something that returns,
and keeps returning. Unflagging, mysterious,
Something that never dies, under and
conditions. [notes about important people]

Quiet thought and reflection -
Ulysses, and time.

' This utterley hopeless emptiness is the
dominant note of the whole book.
In not only begins and ends in
nothingness, it consists of nothing
but nothingness"

Jung - writing about
James Joyce's Ulysses.
pg 110.

C.G. Jung - The Collected Works

  Edited by Sir Herbert Read
Michael Fordham
and Gerhard Adler
Translated by R.F.C. Hull
volume Fifteen -
The Spirit in Man, Art and
Routledge Kegan Pauls
1971, 2nd Ed.

Satre - Being and nothingness
Existential Being.

' pages that contain nothing
by no means consist of blank paper.'

AA - the opposite.
Blank pages, gaps, and absences, that
are full of meaning.
Represent time passing in the day
somehow - the gaps bewteen the contributions
Check out fluxus Editions.

Is there more that we can, or what to
do with it, in its physical form.
not yet complete.
Brief dream -
Make one of these.
Descibe it poetically.

Understandable -


Structure. Notes.
How time passes. (lost)

The future, present and past.
Consider - the movement between the
Stages of the film.
dialogues in time, from all
link together fore -
fragments of the future.

visualise -
erasures, corrections, and silences.
long pauses. [/unreadable]

Organise into collections
and - uncollected.
System of documenting notes and

" a home planned for the spirit" —
Ted Hughes
A Fable
From Ted Hughes
Collected Poems
821.914 HUG
Edited by Paul Keegan
Faber and faber
2003 2005

A place for the spirit to live - to come from,
and return to - a resting place (Jung - ) -
create moments of rest for the viewer.
pauses. Places to sit. Ground. - Common,
and familiar ground within, and - a,

which to sit - rest, take cover, relax,

Find - Contenses [unreadable] , collections, and index
systems. A library.
_ The library.

Production library.

Additional Notes

Give the workshops numbers 1.1 / 1.2 / 1.3 / 1.4 / 1.5 / 1.6
2.1 / 2.1 / 2.3 / 2.4 / 2.5 / 2.6
Handouts, library references. AFX
  Organise and publish as a library. Sort out
UniLearn. A system for documentation.

[An email to Sal in Hebden ]
  Give the work a beat - like in poetry and
music - a clock (navigation device.)