|Charles Bernstein hails a cab, or perhaps cusses out a cabbie|
for failing to stop in response to his hailing. This is a still from
Bernstein’s film-in-progress, Hailing a Cab, or How I Learned
to Stop Worrying and Love the Post-Avant.
I must admit being bowled over, though, by the brilliant critic and theorist Charles Bernstein‘s trenchant observation that the “great [Robert] Creeley theme” was “everyday life.”
But—!—that’s my theme! In fact, I’ve been collecting refrigerator notes for years, looking toward a posthumous volume to be entitled The Complete Shopping Lists of Joseph Hutchison….