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An Essay about Kenneth Gaburo from June

I haven't been posting for the past few months.  There's a lot to report, and I'll try to get some of the things on the website over the next few weeks.  

Last June 22, I was part of a symposium on the work of Kenneth Gaburo at Issue Project Room in Brooklyn.  Chris Mann, David Dunn and Larry Polansky were there in person, I was there via Skype.  As a preparation for that discussion, I wrote a little essay about Kenneth's ideas which I sent to all the participants beforehand.  Now, in October, on re-reading it, I think it might be interesting enough to share with people, and so you can download it here.


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