Notes - Notes on YES and NO
(1) Ludwig Wittgenstein,
(2) Charles Darwin, The Voyage of the Beagle, p 251
(3) C K Stead, “Allen Curnow’s Poetry” reprinted in Essays on New Zealand Literature, Ed by Wystan Curnow, p 55
(4) Ludwig Wittgenstein, Tractatus Logico Philosophicus, S 5.641
(5) Ibid, S 5. 631
(6) Ludwig Wittgenstein, Remarks on Colour, III, 317, UC Press, p.58, trans G E M Anscombe.
(7) James K Baxter, Jerusalem Sonnets, 1970, Price Milburn, Wellington
(8) Allen Curnow, Lone Kauri Road
(9) Allen Curnow, “Distraction and Definition, Centripetal Directions in New Zealand Poetry”, in Look Back Harder, p. 220, ed. Peter Simpson, 1987)
(10) Allen Curnow, A South Island Night’s Entertainment)
(11) Allen Curnow, Lone Kauri Road
(13) Samuel Butler, Erewhon, quoted by Allen Curnow, p.1, Early Days Yet, AUP
(14) Ludwig Wittgenstein, from “S 1948”, Culture and Value, Edited G Von Wright, University of Chicago Press,
1. From the Ned Kelly series, Sidney Nolan
2. Four wheel drive in outback, from tourist section of newspaper.
3. Image of female face, from Roni Horn, You Are the Weather, 1994-95, catalogue of a four wall installation of 100 photographs (36 gelatin-silver and 64 chromogenic prints) in 17 fixed sequences installed in flexible order. Each image is 26.5 by 21.4 cm. Used by permission.
4. “Squiggle” image, Emily Kame Kngwarreye, detail, Big Yam Dreaming, 1995. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas 291.1 by 801.8 cm. Collection of the National Gallery of Victoria. Used by permission.