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March 20, 2003
111 pages 061-063

There is a back room in Fanelli's cafe on Prince and Mercer in SoHo. It is a rom sly yellowish and with tables covered with red and white checkered tablecloths. The top third of the half panelled walls in the room is covered with Liquor licenses of more than a hundred years. The older ones are very elaborate and feel quite ornamental. I waited for the meeting with a curator from Germany when I started to collect tiny pieces of these ornamental treatments and assembling them into the drawings below.
I think an important concept of the daily drawing practice is to use the medium to translate just about anything that happens. The tiniest pieces of information, more complex events, ideas, plans.
Much about drawings should happen with the same simplicity as we make drawings when explaining how to get from point a to point b.

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