David Brazil — ECONOMY

In David Brazil’s ECONOMY a meditation takes shape as prosody, and the material trace of that effort is everywhere in evidence. Such a scrap heap of thought in facsimile might at first be reminiscent of Francis Ponge’s notational practice in The Making of the Pré. However, in Brazil’s pré/conomics the field’s littered with home furnishings: “From stuff, to sense, among us.” And the elemental dwelling places of sentiment are politicized: home (“The house as a production unit, productive”) and also touch (as both sentimental & productive). ECONOMY is a home economics as prosody: “Am I doing the right things with my time?”

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