On Saturday I attended the panel discussion of Bernadette Mayer's Memory, an artwork she did in July 1971 that included taking a series of photographs everyday and writing incessantly trying to record time. As Bernadette points out in this discussion, she is someone who never knows when to finish something, so giving a limit in time, helps her in that regard. Holly Solomon paid for the printing of the negatives and they were displayed with a recording of Bernadette reading. The show at Canada art gallery at 333 Broome Street is a facsimile of the first experience. Two of her children, Marie and Max Warsh curated the show.