Emanuel Pancake was "an alter ego David experimented with. Briefly. The "PANCAKE" piece consists of unpunctuated uppercase type whose lower lines dip and bend at the bottom into a photo of two unsmiling men who could be French race car drivers from the 1920s, or a couple of scrappy surrealists. David went through a little surrealist phase at Court street. Entrusted wit ha stuffed dog's head that belonged to Brian Butterick, David and Steve Lackow began taking it out on a leash, draggin it behind them down Montague Street or the Promenade. They'd heard about Gerard de Nerval taking a lobster for walks along the Seine. "We were into outraging people," Lacklow said." (Fire In the Belly, by Cynthia Carr, 2012, chapter 5, np)
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