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About my library"Buying books would be a good thing if one could also buy the time to
read them in: but as a rule the purchase of books is mistaken for the
appropriation of their contents." - Arthur Schopenhauer, Parerga and
Paralipomena

GroupsNorthern Cincinnati Book Club

Favorite authorsAlain De Botton, Simon Schama, Simon Winchester (Shared favorites)

Homepagehttp://mobrec.com

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Real namerich campoamor

Locationmason, ohio, usa

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceSep 18, 2005

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Hey-- I know you from Flickr! :D I'm adding you to my waaaaatch list...
Somehow your reply slipped my attention. Sorry about that. I am glad you like Bill Viola's book. There are quite a number of books written by art practitioners describing their process of working, inspiration and reflection, but these two are really special. I guess that the next step would be John Cage who made and wrote deeply profound about his work, the process of working, theory and the connection to the world. A good start might be the Audiobook, Cage reading from his Diary. Warm regards ...
Your list very intruiging as well. If you like Brian Eno you will absolutely love Bill Viola's "Reasons for knocking ..." You can get a copy via bookfinder.com.
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