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One day in December, I saw a flyer for an artist’s residency at the Chicago Public Library. In addition to a full artist’s package and a chance to do some “drawing from the gut,” the visitor would also be able to participate in one of two sessions devoted solely to my favorite form of media: art printmaking. A number of art-makers had already signed up for the residency—I was invited. But as I sat in a darkened library office on a Sunday afternoon, my mind was already on the next step: The printmaker at the library was the same one who invited me as a guest. We had made each other. A short while later, the two of us were at the printmaker’s house with a printout of a long painting of the artist’s face in a field. On the print—painted using spray paint—I had etched a sentence—”This is my face”—”which is in some ways more difficult and difficult, maybe more terrifying than the work itself is difficult and in some ways much more terrifying.” The printmaker was very nervous. “I think you’ve done a horrible thing,” he said to me, and immediately went to his computer to write a review. “It’s just a picture, and I’m not sure what kind of artwork we’re dealing with,” he said, “how it’s supposed to be read.” I was in such a panic. I had no idea what he was saying. Still, I thought only three words to tell him: “You can just get rid of it.” So I gave it to him, in one big, heavy package, and handed it to the art-maker who was in his apartment. The next day at work, the man, a photographer, showed up to the library with his camera, to film me. After that, no one ever came back for the package, probably because no one was paying attention to it. On the way to work—to the printer’s—I told my assistant to hold up the paper, and after I hung up, my assistant went into the bathroom to brush my hair. When I came back, I looked at the paper and was surprised. It was perfectly intact. I tried to figure out what happened next. I was shocked that I had ruined the poster, that the work was lost forever. Finally, I came
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