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Corrected Slogans Reading and Writing Conceptualism

Date
2013
Publisher
Triple Canopy
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Softcover
ISBN
9780984734627
Size
11 × 19 × 1.5 cm
Length
267 
Description

Text by Erica Baum, Ariana Reines, R.H. Quaytman, et al.

Corrected Slogans looks at conceptual practices in contemporary art and poetry. In conjunction with the exhibition ‘Postscript: Writing After Conceptual Art’ at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver, the online magazine Triple Canopy hosted a series of public conversations between some of the most innovative artists and poets working today. The symposium ‘Poems for America’ asked how conceptual writing has transformed conventional notions of expression, while ‘Automatic Reading’, a seminar-style roundtable, focused on reading as a creative practice, and the book as a material object and social signifier.

More than merely documenting discussions, however, ‘Corrected Slogans’ activates the book as a site of creative production, enacting an expanded notion of publishing as a mode of critical inquiry.

‘Corrected Slogans’ features annotated transcripts of these events, which include contributions from Nora Abrams, Andrea Andersson, Erica Baum, Franklin Bruno, Corina Copp, Michael Corris, Brian Droitcour, Jim Fletcher, Zachary German, Lucy Ives, Aaron Kunin, Margaret Lee, Paul Legault, K. Silem Mohammad, Ken Okiishi, R. H. Quaytman, Katie Raissian, Ariana Reines, William S. Smith, Mónica de la Torre, Gretchen Wagner, Hannah Whitaker and Matvei Yankelevich, along with new essays, artworks and poetry.

  1. Corrected Slogans

Reading and Writing Conceptualism
 

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