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[[page framed by wave scribbles in black felt pen on the top and green felt pen along left and right margins, as well as last line on the bottom-image]] am burgberg, Oct, 3/ 1973 Oct, 4/ dear lucy, dear charles, dear [[eathan?]] dear 1, 2, 3, one two three [[underlined in red felt pen , 'one' 'two' 'three' circled in red felt pen-image]] thank you, lucy, soooo much f[['r' crossed out in black felt pen]]or writing for me, i recived ART FORUM "today" [[line in black felt pen to fill the rest of the row-image]]; lucy, [[wave scribble in red felt pen to fill the rest of the line-image]] [[wave scribble in green felt pen running along the whole line-image]] [[underlined in green felt pen-image]] lucy, writing writing i do (live) amburg berg[[/underlined in green felt pen-image]] [[double green underlines in felt pen-image; quotation marks retraced in green felt pen]] NYC is my "home" [[/double green underline]] [[black felt pen underline]] season follows / creates season dash [[positioned under "follows" to emphasize the punctuation mark; written over felt pen line]] night follows / creates day day follows / creates night and vise verse [[short line in black felt pen to fill the line-image]]; [[black felt pen line underlining the line above-image]] dash [[positioned under "verse" instead of punctuation mark; written over felt pen line]] repeat plus repeat [[enclosed in black felt pen line-image]]; + [[positioned under "plus" to visualize the quotation mark of the line above]] but : how else : my answer "today" // "today" // "today" [[wave scribble in green ink-image]] 1 [[underlined twice in black felt pen; circled in red felt pen-image]]
I describe Darboven's scribbles and underlinings as images because she considered text or text-like marks as a kind of image. The marks are made deliberately.
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