Craft means handiwork, a matter of hands. And these hands must belong to a person, i.e. a unique, moral soul searching for its way with its true poems. I cannot see any basic difference between a handshake and a poem.
Paul Celan in conversation with Hans Bender, May 18, 1960. Quoted by Claudia Rankine in After Confession. Minneapolis: Grey Wolf Press, 2001.
(via Typed - Hannah Hiaasen) A series of typed prints exploring the relations between binary thinking similarities behind a loom and a typewriter. Some prints follow weaving drafts, some are more free-formed. But, all of which are done on silk with my Royal Typewriter.