task 06 / 6

Flights
Aurelia Guo


RESPONSES


Erica Baum

cycle 6 task 06, Erica Baum, Dersh Feather and Trading Corp. 4th Floor
cycle 6 task 06, Erica Baum, Flight Simulation

Sophia Le Fraga

cycle 6 task 06, Sophia Le Fraga

Aurelia Guo

cycle 6 task 06, Aurelia Guo

Eddie Hopely

Special Purple Leaf

Count on a further duration of joy.
In gravel underwritten by sand
your vehicle’s cruising wheel
distorts like an uninterrupted kiss’ mobility.
Count on a future of happiness.
Listening into the air
which arrives for you alone, you hear:
Special Purple Leaf.
A public train issues its joyful scream;
pseudo-mushrooms wriggle from falling water.
Haven’t you taken the day
and studied a prepossessing art?
The stranger crumbles their little paper
into your lap as they pass: <3 [mobile #]
Stones lain by the dead cup your route.
Without volition, your troublemaker heart
leads you to iced coffee spritzer.
Seeing dolphins way out there is fine.
Pinkish fire doesn’t choose what to touch;
having a sense is anti-design.
Seeing dolphins way out there is fine.
Little can’t be known
upon a well-selected complement’s reflection:
Special Purple Leaf.

Thirst for twisty water surprises you
like the weight of a hollow, sunflower brownish-yellow chain’s link.
Standing to watch your lunch-date return to work
your being overcome goes on
beneath their final, laughing glance.
If you accumulate tens of thousands of evolutions
and the passage of an immense machine concretises
your sublime dream can newly render wet:
Special Purple Leaf.
Listening for structure and count,
can your very dense idea encircle my habits?
Listening for structure and count,
my love for a silly look is up in the wind
with whatever you like to see:
Special Purple Leaf.


Klaus Killisch

cycle 6 task 06, Klaus Killisch, A Flight through Berlin

Joseph Mosconi

sporting the most
overweening of Leviathans—while at the
same time climbing out the skunk of the atmos¬
phere a most extinct stegosaur in our
microcost of life. We are treated to the
travesty of urban life on a small ranch in
West Texas, perfun¬
ded by huge trucks loaded with pastoral
wafer dust, bristling with cones and carted
anaphorically indeed—biomechanically
aggrieved, indefinably breached, muttering
“die motherfucker”
“die motherfucker”
“Don’t you get Joshua Tree?”
“Yes, completely.”


Kristen Gallagher

cycle 6 task 06, Kristen Gallagher

pdf


Kim Rosenfield

cycle 6 task 06, Kim Rosenfield

Sam Winston

cycle 6 task 06, Sam Winston, inaccurate / fled

task 05 / 6

ancestry
Kim Rosenfield


RESPONSES


Erica Baum

cycle 6 task 05, Erica Baum, Wig

Riccardo Boglione

cycle 6 task 05, Riccardo Boglione

Felipe Cussen

cycle 6 task 05, Felipe Cussen

Robert Fitterman

cycle 6 task 05, Robert Fitterman

Sophia Le Fraga

TONIGHT IS THE DAY

You’re a man on a boat
But before that you’re a child
On your way home from school.
Want to smoke a joint?
You imagine yourself smoking it
Walking to your house
Where you were sent to live.
You register the sky
The way it smells.
Suddenly there’s no time to get home
And then, there’s only time.
Living on a boat sounds wonderful
For a couple of weeks.
Until your brother drowns.
On a Tuesday you reach 
The west coast.
Now every day there’s sun
And every Saturday
You eat bánh xèo.


Kristen Gallagher

cycle 6 task 05, Kristen Gallagher, page from Vanguard Mail Operations

pdf


Monica McClure

cycle 6 task 05, Monica McClure, Indigenous

Kim Rosenfield

cycle 6 task 05, Kim Rosenfield

Ed Steck

cycle 6 task 05, Ed Steck

Sam Winston

cycle 6 task 06, Sam Winston, the stories we leave behind

task 04 / 6

Topic: Flattening
Prompt: Record a 5-15 second long audio piece.
Supplemental: Include a piece of text or visual or other. 
Purpose: Sound will be edited together in collective transmissions or dispersed haphazardly in single transmissions to continue a collective thread through a one-night only Collective Task radio show hosted by Ed Steck. The radio show will include music I listen to, as well. 
Ed Steck


RESPONSES


Robert Fitterman
Klaus Killisch

Robert Fitterman: text & voice, Klaus Killisch: video, ambientfunk: music

Klaus Killisch

cycle 6 task 04, Klaus Killisch, 29,5 x 21cm / 11.6 x 8.3”

Kristin Lucas

cycle 6 task 04, Kristin Lucas

Aug 31, 2021, The New York Times, Bucking the Pandemic, Austin Is ‘the Hottest Market in the Country’
Oct 13, 2021, The New York Times, Tesla to Move Headquarters to Texas from California
Nov 16, 2021, Dallas Morning News, Austin is rated as the best place in the world to relocate.
Nov 29, 2021, The New York Times, How Austin Became One of the Least Affordable Cities in America
cycle 6 task 04, Kristin Lucas
cycle 6 task 04, Kristin Lucas

Sam Winston

cycle 6 task 04, Sam Winston, Be Happy!

task 03 / 6

The Mystic
Suzanne Treister


RESPONSES


Erica Baum

cycle 6 task 03, Erica Baum

Felipe Cussen

cycle 6 task 03, Felipe Cussen

Rob Fitterman

cycle 6 task 03, Robert Fitterman

pdf


Sophia Le Fraga

cycle 6 task 03, Sophia Le Fraga
cycle 6 task 03, Sophia Le Fraga, Sunset

Eddie Hopely

glutted with bridge my silly web, me
sly felt hat, primarily, and plain
rags, bridge beams smoothened with brown oil
smelted coin edges press bows in pouch
stud-heads scuff my cuffed felt, instead
the axle of wooden wheel one branch
splintering bridge, my rake and moss hoe
green worm with knubs for grasper, ribbon
from hilt, red liquid in sealed vase bursts
breaking fruit stick plus geodic flame
lippy rumored spider under bridge
slink into nectar of flower cup
time object onto the rumored rock
rottweilers waft the wet wooden bridge


Klaus Killisch

cycle 6 task 03, Klaus Killisch, The Mystic, ink on paper, 30x21cm / 12x8inch

Monica McClure

cycle 6 task 03, Monica McClure

Kim Rosenfield


Sam Winston

cycle 6 task 03, Sam Winston, Colour filed Thangka

Matvei Yankelevich

cycle 6 task 03, Matvei Yankelevich

task 02 / 6

WEB 3
Monica McClure


RESPONSES


Erica Baum

cycle 6 task 02, Erica Baum

Riccardo Boglione

cycle 6 task 02, Riccardo Boglione, web3 and other webs

pdf


Felipe Cussen

cycle 6 task 02, Felipe Cussen

Robert Fitterman

cycle 6 task 02, Robert Fitterman

Sophia Le Fraga

cycle 6 task 02, Sophia Le Fraga

Aurelia Guo

cycle 6 task 02, Aurelia Guo

Eddie Hopely

cycle 6 task 02, Eddie Hopely, cover

pdf


Klaus Killisch

cycle 6 task 02, Klaus Killisch, collage, ink on paper, 70x50cm, 28x20inch

 

Kristin Lucas 

cycle 6 task 02, Kristin Lucas

A proposal to sing in rather than sign in this year:
singin.humming.cloud
Click anywhere on the web page to start the sound!


Monica McClure

cycle 6 task 02, Monica McClure

Kim Rosenfield

cycle 6 task 02, Kim Rosenfield

Ed Steck

a deer skinning knife was left on the hood of my car

            I plant to destroy all webs, pods, tabs, caps, lids

choking the zone out reveals game-level hemorrhaging 

            bubble gum I’m chewing is more like antifreeze

I made my own hunting knife this summer from a block

            of steel and a wood-chunk / fucked with cactus

riding a bike in a circle / I’ll snort up all the spicy kind

            make my huge debut on live network televesion


Suzanne Treister

cycle 6 task 02, Suzanne Treister

task 01 / 6

Returns
Robert Fitterman


RESPONSES


Erica Baum

cycle 6 task 01, Erica Baum

Riccardo Boglione

cycle 6 task 01, Riccardo Boglione

Felipe Cussen

cycle 6 task 01, Felipe Cussen

Robert Fitterman

CAN I RETURN THIS?

Sophia Le Fraga

cycle 6 task 01, Sophia Le Fraga

Aurelia Guo

cycle 6 task 01, Aurelia Guo

Sabine Herrmann

cycle 6 task 01, Sabine Herrmann, re-turns, 2021, pigments, acrylic on paper, 24x32cm

Eddie Hopely

facility w water
in the wheel
spin
go windmill
circle
kept fresh
eaters thought
it was a meal
for real
way worse
off glassy hypnosis
talker than
time’s humor enigmatic
prey cartwheels
the mean cup
plum away
in ribbons
listening cross
2 then the sequencer’s
plush shapes —
bridges cross
a rainbow
more
thoroughly point
citrus
and teal burns
at absolute
zero now i feel
working thru
gray sliver water
hovering over
the cell, clear
blod cushy stylus
pro the metal 1
circle u really
air helps smooth
life as greens
spiral 2 kill
teach mean
blue marker
beyond flakes
groups’ neon
grid prop yellow
teardrop 2 orange
dime, slid into hat:
green-spike tape’s
pseudo-menthol
sorry for u r


Klaus Killisch

Klaus Killisch, the return of vinyls, collage, ink on paper, 70x50cm / 28x20inch

Astrid Lorange

cycle 6 task 01, Astrid Lorange

Monica McClure

pdf


Yedda Morrison

cycle 6 task 01, Yedda Morrison

Michael Prado

cycle 6 task 01, Michael Prado

Kim Rosenfield

cycle 6 task 01, Kim Rosenfield

Ed Steck

pdf


Suzanne Treister

cycle 6 task 01, Suzanne Treister, RETURN TO EARTH AFTER 15 MILLION YEARS, Ink on paper, 21 x 29.7 cm

Aaron Winslow

cycle 6 task 01, Aaron Winslow, Please find the attached invoice in return for my artistic services. Payment due upon receipt.

Matvei Yankelevich