JANET CARDIFF The Forty Part MotetBy Heather White
The bricks traversed the Atlantic singly. They were each numbered on all six faces and packaged in individual crates. Before that, they were joined in a church in Fuentidueña, Spain. Cut from limestone in the 12th century, they formed the apsethe semicircular, easterly area that frames a churchs altar.
On We Think AloneBy Heather White
It may be physically impossible to keep a secret. If his lips are silent, he chatters with his fingertips, wrote Freud over a century ago, perhaps of some calm-faced neurotic drumming anxiety into an armrest. Now that modern fingertips chatter their secrets into laptops and iPhones, the same principle applies.