Notes from Richard Wentworth
Questions or prompts for thoughts
... the difference between or perhaps the relationship between knowing and interest -- as in seeking knowledge or pursuing an interest. Terri
That expression ’know how’ has got caught on my mind screen since you asked me ‘the question’, it all seems to hover in the gap between how we are compelled and propelled.
I like co incidents, and I’m certainly attracted to them as much as they are to me. We have a fertile conversation.
I heard a popular programme about a Hannah Arendt this week, how we live ‘in language’.
I guess I am amazed by the accidents of perception, the speed with which we think we see what we see, the swiftness with which things are named and actions are credited. Assumptions.
The world chatters at me.
Stuart Morgan said I ‘have a nose for it’.
Whatever ‘it’ might be, I think it’s quite argumentative, clever at escaping categorization, resisting becoming ‘knowledge’.
It’s untidy stuff.
I’m not tidy... Richard
email note from July 9
From: Richard Wentworth
Date: July 9, 2020 at 2:46:57 AM CDT
To: cameron schoepp, Terri ThorntonSubject: Must Blind Alley...always appear in the middle ground of all my thoughts?