His physical works and performances play on our assumptions. In the introduction to his interview included in the book, Martin recalls something Johnson once said: Despite his extensive use of text and wordplay, Johnson eschewed the label of poet: What I do is classify the words as poetry. What about the social aspect of communication?
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On the day of his lectures, he would look to his morning mail for inspiration, finding something during his ritual opening of letters to use in his talks, whether it be something to wear or to hold. A meeting of persons face to face, especially one sought or arranged for the purpose of formal conference on some point. Looking into; inspection; examination. But Johnson also upends communication by playing with its failures, the nothings and silences that communicate so much but are often hard to interpret.
This brings us back to the interview format, a technique of communication — a social interaction — but also a kind of correspondence.
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And Johnson performed it much as he did everything else. After the first occurrence, Johnson tells Samberg: That I would create spaces in reply to questions. Or in reply to logic. A student at Black Mountain College at the same time as John Cage tenure there, the most famous artist of nothing, Johnson was similarly interested in these blank spaces and pauses. They thought I wanted to sit and talk and present, and they set up the camera and the background, and so forth. But what I was doing was action in the outer edges, and I began moving, physically moving everything, which is like a recurring theme of my lectures, which is to set everything in motion.
Even in his blank spaces and nothings, Johnson is working around the edges of what we presume an interview to be, forcing us to rethink our roles. If every question becomes a prompt for an artwork, the interviewer becomes a participant in an ongoing performance. I keep saying to people who want to find out about the Correspondence School that the only way to truly understand it is through participation, because what I do is made for each person. Liberty is an arts and culture writer based in Brooklyn. By submitting this form, you are granting: Thank you for signing up!
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