The Tinkering Machine



The curious atmosphere of mystery surrounding J. Karl Bogartte may be looked at from many angles, and they may all be both suspect and authentic at the same time.  His movements and activities during certain periods of time were indeed mysterious, and his predilection for exploration in the most obscure manner, was not one of pretension, as some have suggested, but rather, as he himself was once quoted as saying: “Imperatives always suggest the most farfetched solutions…”


Jay Whitney Brown Gallery




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  1. Dear J. Karl, I would like to discuss your work, particularly your poetic texts. I could not find an email address for you on your photomorphose site, thus my attempt to reach you via this comment window. I am a poet, editor, publisher, and student of the Art of Hermes. I do hope that you receive this note. In L.V.X., Paul.

    Comment by Paul Hardacre — April 16, 2008 @ 6:16 pm

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