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WEEKLY WRAP UP | OCT. 3-10, 2014


This week on the blog we discovered the designers Antoine Philippon and Jacqueline Lecoq; saw the first exhibition at Del Vaz Projects; listened Dayvan Cowboy from Boards of Canada; visited the new show of Mark Leckey at Wiels: Lending Enchantment to Vulgar Materials and the show of Jonathan Binet and Martin Laborde at Gaudel de Stampa: Yellow Cabin Saturday Night Remittent Fever.



Yellow Cabin Saturday Night Remittent Fever

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Re: Yellow Cabin Saturday Night Remittent Fever

Martin, Jonathan,

Thanks, I’m glad you like the poem but it doesn’t exist.
Unless it only consists in its title. I mean its name. Cause it didn’t get much further in my hands than a fucking name.

According to Wikipedia, it should refer to an equivocal yet acute disease:
variable fevers affecting primates, something to do with complexion, and confinement too,
and with Tony, in the movie, when he dances at 2001 Odyssey, in Bay Ridge, after his shift at the hardware store.

Its temperature fluctuates in the shape of tiny crenels, a bit above normal.

This poem doesn’t exist but it’s available.

Hope to catch up this winter,

Charles Veyron


at Gaudel de Stampa
3, rue de Vaucouleurs 75011 Paris
September 19 – October 25
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