Thursday, February 4, 2010

Don DeLillo's Point Omega inspired by Douglas Gordon's 24 Hour Psycho

Read a brief piece in The New York Times today about Don DeLillo's new novel, Point Omega which was inspired by his visits to Douglas Gordon's, 24 Hour Psycho exhibition at MoMA in 2006. It's interesting to note that DeLillo's good friend, Paul Auster wrote an earlier novel, Leviathan that was based on a Sophie Calle book, The Shadow, where she was followed for a day by a private detective, who had been hired (at Calle's request) by her mother.

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