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Writings with related papers, 1978-2009

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Files containing loose sheets of writings including faxes, draft letters, thoughts and artists statements on professional and personal matters, with related sketches, notes, correspondence, press-cuttings and images.

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(Section 1) Writings with related papers (January 2001 – October 2009), 2000-2009
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Writings, letters, faxes, notes and sketches.
[with pages from notebooks 1978 – 1993]

Copy of an extract from For the Birds: John Cage in Conversation with Daniel Charles (2000), annotated ‘For Flanagan from C’ [Daniel Charles]. Note regarding ‘100 best Hollywood movies’ Channel 4 (26 October 2002). Note with word play faxed to ‘Penny’ at Momart.

Loose pages from a small notebook [1978-1980] with sketches of hares on globes, a hare reading, a hare wearing a hat, a hare with the note ‘ For Thinkers Head’ another with a sketch of a dragon. Lined pages[1990 – 1993] containing poetry, musings, sketches and addresses compiled in Amsterdam. Drawings ripped from diary [c 2006] and [c2009].

Notes and musings [1979 – 1982] on poetry, John Cage, ancestry, quarries and plaster casting. Pages [1990] research on music, reference to Bill Chattaway and Rodin.’ Pages[1992] with reference to Untitled (Adam and Eve) (1978) and Camdonian (1980). Pages [c1990] regarding civil engineering, frequency of bells [in another’s hand while in discussion with an engineer from University College London] and ‘Andrew and Kate Collins’ with a drawing of an inverted bell. Plan drawing of Rowford Process stands (28 May 1978). [1981] Plan drawings for clay sculpting with associated research (28 October 1981). Copybook with drawing in another’s hand and a note related to date ranges – otherwise blank.

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