The Hole, Thom Donovan

The Hole

Thom Donovan

Publisher: Displaced Press
PubDate: 1/31/2012
ISBN: 9780982212073
Binding: PAPERBACK
Price: $19.95
Quantity Available: 15
Pages: 163
SKU #: A06B
 

Poetry. "The book I have in mind is a kind of model for forms of attention and exchange (i.e., distribution) that already exist and which can be dramatized and focused through a book's form (something book artists have been aware of for a long time now, but which has also been a part of our Modernist heritage since the mid-twentieth century, if not from the very 'beginning'—think of certain movements of Zukofsky's "A" for example or Williams's Paterson). The book as a site for our sociality, our socialism. The book as a site for the examination of complicity, process, exchange. The book as a place where communal issues become shaped and reshaped. The book as a powerful circuit of mutual regard, conviction, and care. The book as a model of radical and extensive participation. The book as..."—Thom Donovan

Author City: Woodside, NY USA

Thom Donovan edits the weblog Wild Horses of Fire, now in its 7th year! And co-edits ON: CONTEMPORARHY PRACTICE, a print journal for critical writings and conversations about one's contemporaries. He also edits the web archive Others Letters, featuring correspondence about contemporary practices across the arts, and co-curates The Project for an Archive of the Future Anterior, a live interview series and video archive concerning the immanence of possible futures. He is currently revising a book of essays and statements provisionally titled Sovereignty and Us.

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