May I introduce a scientist working with the ESOC, or Educate and Show the Outside Coalition.
Their most recent work, THE 20 SPECULATIVE REGIONS OF MISTY HORROR, will be the subject of today’s talk. It was not the first to break down the properties of fog.
The phantom text, FOG AND THE DISCOURSE TERROR, led the initial discussion during the first conference in Iceland about mysterious matter and form. I can speak for everyone here and say this project is significant for a number of reasons. First, it posits many layers of contact—some of which are unknown and therefore aesthetic and applicable to your respective art practices. Second, it will ask you to listen outside of the classroom. To do so, the text read is broken up, much like a glossary of terms, to give you space to enter and leave the material in waves.
THE 20 SPECULATIVE REGIONS OF MISTY HORROR
LECTURES ON THE PROPERTIES OF FOG
Nothing is worse than the unquantifiable wonder of a child watching a bubble floating in the air. There is nothing to hold, study, or research, since there is no phenomenon to speak of—Anonymous
Jo Letke has lived in the following places: Westminster, MD, Chicago, IL, London, UK, Columbus, OH, Valencia, CA, Los Angeles, CA.