In
an
exhibition
of
Allan
Kaprow’s
work
I
saw
in
Los
Angeles
a
couple
of
days
ago
(Art
as
Life,
MOCA),
I
read
the
following
instructions
for
an
action
Kaprow
had
written
in
1989
in
Bonn
on
a
scrap
of
paper.
I
liked
it
so
much
I
copied
it
into
my
workbook.
Kaprow
wrote
the
action
in
honour
of
Fluxus.
I
am
writing
it
out
again
now,
on
April
1st,
2008,
in
Brighton,
England.
I
have
just
returned
from
LA
and
am
still
in
the
deep
temporal
disorientation
of
jetlag.
This
version
is
written
in
honour
of
Goat
Island
as
they
continue
to
perform
The
Lastmaker.
Its
title
is
“Taking
a
Shoe
for
a
Walk.” Score:
Pulling
a
shoe
on
a
string
through
the
city,
examining
the
shoe
from
time
to
time
to
see
if
it
is
worn
out. Wrapping
your
own
shoe,
after
each
examination,
with
layers
of
bandage
or
tape,
in
the
amount
you
think
the
shoe
on
a
string
is
worn
out. Repeating,
adding
to
your
shoe
more
layers
of
bandage
on
tape,
until,
at
the
end
of
the
day,
the
shoe
you
are
pulling
appears
completely
worn
out.
=> info | Construct a last
Exhibition: The Last Performance [dot org] @ Haus Der Kulturen Der Welt