A Handwriting Celebration

A Brief History of Penmanship on National Handwriting Day By JENNIE COHENUpdated AUG 22, 2018 / original: JAN 23, 2012 Borrowing aspects of the Etruscan alphabet, the ancient Romans were among the first to develop a written script for transactions and correspondence. By the fifth century A.D. it included early versions of lowercase letters and… Continue reading A Handwriting Celebration

patience, handwritten (in German)

“Geduld” written with graphite on a vintage bottle “Geduld” which translates from the German language into English as patience, is the word I used for my second writing performance in the early 1990s.In an effort to give more meaning to a single action, I did several sound-performances which consisted of such acoustic writings, using a… Continue reading patience, handwritten (in German)

Aspiring Noble Digestion

Everyday brings impressions.Everything we intake must be digested.Every bite and every swallow, every perceived picture, every heard sound, every understood word, every recalled memory, everything is bound to bring repercussions.Intention is at the beginning, intention belongs in the end. To the animal aspiring to become noble, inspiration is everywhere —- in the kitchen, at the… Continue reading Aspiring Noble Digestion