Ninety Red Crosses (2005)

The following passage is an excerpt from The Support Document named Ninety Red Crosses.

At 7:09 a.m., 25 July 2005 the following three things came to mind simultaneously: the term personal freedom, Cummings’ ninety-day incarceration, and Oppenheimer’s 1954 security hearing. I had just entered my live/work space and was walking up the stairs that lead into the studio. At the top of the staircase I looked around my stark 16 ft. x 756 sq. ft. “enormous room.” I recognized the fact that over the last three years I have stripped myself of everything I want in order to do what I need. Doing what I need is my personal freedom and I found it by letting go of unnecessary belongings.

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