Ed Dorn “Hello, La Jolla” Serigraph San Francisco 1976
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From Hello, La Jolla,
This is the picture. The Doctors are the wolves. Who, time past, followed the caribou, the sick, lame, merely dying. Falling away along the leading edge of the migration, the herd now slide into the margin with really awful anticipation under the dry sun, between the sea and the inhospitable montes, which, if the wind is right scatters their curtain of excrementum, permitting a view of the East from whence they came.
Let us dwell, for a moment, on this usage, for there is a certain nature embedded in the principle of our machines. “That which is cast out of the body by any of the natural emunctories” and “It will please his grace to dallie with my excrement…” and again, from Milton, “our whiteness is but an excremental whiteness.” Fire gave us movement, that was our contract. That’s not topical. So this is a picture of an old, old habit. This runne to the sunne.-Ed Dorn, San Francisco 31, January 1976.
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