Field guide for PG-20 or

Putting ahundredsquarefeet out there/

How to go about finding a field?

A)

Take your dog for a walk.

B)

Go on 2 or 3 day cycling trips and camp in the wild.

1/20

How to go about collecting things in the field?

A)

Position yourself in the field.

Target the horizon.

Take 10 steps towards your target.

Lower your focus to the field floor on your right hand side.

Firmly swing your head to the field floor on your left hand side.

Collect.

Repeat this act 7 times.

RESULT 29/05/2020:

Nothing.

B)

Gently follow the shoreline of the main body of water counterclockwise.

Collect whatever meets your gaze and whatever you can carry around without straining yourself.

RESULT 29/05/2020:

Part of a golfbal.

A small piece of pink plastic.

A piece of yellow electricity cable.

A ragged frisbee.

C)

Map the locations of treasure.

How to go about identifying the items of your collection?

A)

Describe the items.

In most cases this will prove sufficient.

If not.

B)

Ask questions.

For example.

Is it ball-shaped?

Yes.

Is it perfectly

ball-shaped?

No.

It might be part of a golf ball.

Does it have tiny dents?

And so on.

Create your own idiosyncratic identification key. 

 

How to go about exploring the potential of your items?

A)

Take pictures of the items against a neutral backdrop. 

One by one.

In any order you see fit.

 

B)

Remodel the items with plasticine and take pictures of the remodeled items.

What about a packing list?

A)

Select a number of items that are particularly yours:

Something hairy.

A toothbrush on a stick.

1 last sigaret.

A yellow button.

A rubber band.

Something sticky.

B)

Take pictures of the items against a neutral backdrop. 

One by one.

In any order you see fit.

C)

Ponder seriously about how to reduce your selection into a pair:

1 last sigaret.

Something sticky.

How to start thinking about a soundtrack for PG/20?

A)

Select familiar sound sources:

A Billy Boy vibrator.

An Oral B electrical toothbrush.

A Fender guitar speaker.

A JBL CLIP speaker.

B)

Muffle them with plasticine as if they were distant memories.

C)

Synthesize 3 out of 4.

Trying to be clear about each singular voice.

A)

A prolonged C-note that is pitched up and down by using the pitch wheel.

B)

Short and separate notes that surround the key of C.

C)

3 notes of average length harmonic to the key of C touching one another upscale and downscale.

Having a hunch and following it through.

A)

What do these sounds remind you of?

'Then he kissed me' by The Crystals.

B)

Dream big.

An hourly performance on location by a exclusively male threesome executing 'Then he kissed me' dressed up as:

Part of a golfball.

A yellow electricity cable.

A ragged frisbee.