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Buddhadharma : Fall 2012
FALL 2 0 1 2 BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY 47 “What if there are twelve tones in a row? What row?”—Could Cage have written that observation without Suzuki’s lectures on the Heart Sutra? Cage adds instructions to the talk—“Bang fist on table”—“Yawn”—“Lean on elbow”—that must have turned the piece into performance art. These nonsensical actions are scattered among phrases from his great turning moments, such as the one in the anechoic chamber: Form is what interests everyone and fortunately it is wherever you are and there is no place where it isn’t. Highest truth, that is. From Where the Heart Beats: John Cage, Zen Buddhism, and the Inner Life of Artists, by Kay Larson, published by The Penguin Press, 2012 PHOTO © PEGGY JARRELL KAPLAN John Cage, 1985