- Created by
- Ian Breakwell 1943–2005
- [c.1983–04 June 1999]
- Bound volume - notebook
- Tate Archive
- Presented to Tate Archive by Ian Breakwell, April 2005.
- TGA 20054/2/35
White notebook, with a photocopied sketch of Robert Walser, possibly by Ian Breakwell, pasted on to the front cover. The notebook contains diary entries, book reviews, thoughts and observations, and plans and ideas for specific projects or works, recorded by Ian Breakwell during the period 1983 - 04 June 1999.
Works and projects covered in this notebook include: an idea for a film, 'The Case of Robert Walser'; a review of 'Institute Benjamenta', by Robert Walser, translated by Christopher Middleton, published in New Statesman and Society, Volume 8, Issue 379, 1995; 'In Any Case', 1994; 'Blues', 1983; 'Rhymne'; 'Vanity'; 'Modesty'; various pieces of text about ventriloquism; 'Golf: a textwork by Ian Breakwell'; and 'In Sickness'.
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