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Local Colour By derek beaulieu
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A conceptual novel by the Canadian writer, derek beaulieu
26 Alphabets (for Sol LeWitt) By derek beaulieu
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In November of 2008, derek beaulieu approached a number of poets and conceptual writers, asking them to fulfill a series of simple instructions: "On a single sheet of paper in letters... More > approximately one half inch tall write the alphabet from A to Z". "26 Alphabets (for Sol LeWitt)" documents the results of that request, and includes work from Gareth Jenkins, Lorenzo Menoud, Oana Avasilichioaei, Helen Hajnoczky, Robert Fitterman, Donato Mancini, Gregory Betts, Jonathan Ball, Nico Vassilakis, Mark Laliberte, Eiríkur Örn Norðdahl, Christian Bök, Harold Abramowitz, Johanna Drucker, Giles Goodland, Ross Priddle, Gitte Broeng, John Bennett, Crag Hill, Peter Ganick, Jeff Hilson, Peter Jaeger, Nick Thurston, Stephen McLaughlin, Kjetil Røed and kevin mcpherson eckhoff.< Less
26 Alphabets (for Sol LeWitt) By derek beaulieu
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In November of 2008, derek beaulieu approached a number of poets and conceptual writers, asking them to fulfill a series of simple instructions: "On a single sheet of paper in letters... More > approximately one half inch tall write the alphabet from A to Z". "26 Alphabets (for Sol LeWitt)" documents the results of that request, and includes work from Gareth Jenkins, Lorenzo Menoud, Oana Avasilichioaei, Helen Hajnoczky, Robert Fitterman, Donato Mancini, Gregory Betts, Jonathan Ball, Nico Vassilakis, Mark Laliberte, Eiríkur Örn Norðdahl, Christian Bök, Harold Abramowitz, Johanna Drucker, Giles Goodland, Ross Priddle, Gitte Broeng, John Bennett, Crag Hill, Peter Ganick, Jeff Hilson, Peter Jaeger, Nick Thurston, Stephen McLaughlin, Kjetil Røed and kevin mcpherson eckhoff.< Less
Networks By derek beaulieu
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In Networks, nineteen undergraduate art students reply and explore the poetic implications of Jen Bervin’s Nets (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2004). Each piece is accompanied by a short statement of... More > artistic intent, allowing each artist to expand upon visuality. In this volume each contributor explores the boundaries of their own expectations: finding connection in chance, situating their work in dialogue and defining their practice as existing without a net. Including work by: JADDA TSUI | RUI GAO | LEAH KINCH | AUDREY BURCH | JEMMA VAN OSCH | LUKE PITCHFORD | CHANTAL GERVAIS | LAURA PRITCHARD | WEHKWAS DEROCHER | JEREMY KIMMETT | SAMANTHA BROTHERS | LYDIA MUGAMBI | NATALIE APPLEBY | JESSICA STEPHENSON | AINSLEY DACK | JULIAN JANOVCIK | XU SUN | EMILIE-JUSTINE MACPHAIL< Less
Re:Comp By derek beaulieu
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In Re:Comp, thirty-two undergraduate art students explore the poetic implications of Jordan Scott + Stephen Collis’s Decomp (Coach House Books, 2013). Each piece is accompanied by a short... More > statement of artistic intent, allowing each artist to expand upon visuality. With Re:Comp, Collis + Scott’s book is a springboard for artistic response; a place to explore the implications of decomposition and recomposition. Across a variety of disciplines, the work in Re:Comp is a studied yet playful dialogue where art begets art.< Less
Antiphon By derek beaulieu
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Antiphon: a suite of responses to Natalie Simpson’s Thrum In Antiphon, seventeen undergraduate art students reply to the poetic implications of Natalie Simpson’s Thrum (Talonbooks,... More > 2014). In Thrum Simpson explores how language “gapple[s] every filament twisting without wind” in a roiling boil of the everyday made strange. An “antiphon” is a call-and-reponse, choir-based form of chant and with Antiphon a choir of students add their artistic responses to the fray. Each piece is accompanied by a short statement of artistic intent, allowing the artists to expand upon visuality. In this volume each contributor explores the boundaries of their own expectations allowing language to be loosened from the need to mean in favour of a reveling in sound.< Less
pax americana 2 (color) By Ben Mirov
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Paul Vermeersch • Matthew R. Loney • Mike McDonough • Derek Beaulieu • John Greiner • Ryan Bird • Richard Denoncourt • Elaine Equi • Jussi Jaakola • Chris... More > Gethard • Noah Crowe • Todd Swift • Stuart Ross • Lindsey Alexander • Dave McGimpsey • Katherine Moon • Jillian Weise • William Doreski • Alina Gregorian • Sudha Balagopal< Less
pax americana 2 By Ben Mirov
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Paul Vermeersch • Matthew R. Loney • Mike McDonough • Derek Beaulieu • John Greiner • Ryan Bird • Richard Denoncourt • Elaine Equi • Jussi Jaakola • Chris... More > Gethard • Noah Crowe • Todd Swift • Stuart Ross • Lindsey Alexander • Dave McGimpsey • Katherine Moon • Jillian Weise • William Doreski • Alina Gregorian • Sudha Balagopal< Less
Otoliths issue seven, part one By Mark Young (editor)
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Otoliths issue seven, part one contains work from Paul Siegell, Sheila E. Murphy, Julian Jason Haladyn, Bill Drennan, Jeff Harrison, Jim Leftwich, Matt Hetherington, Mark Prejsnar, Michael Steven,... More > Geof Huth, Anny Ballardini, dan raphael, derek beaulieu, Raymond Farr, Jordan Stempleman, Vernon Frazer, Mark Cunningham, Randall Brock, Tom Hibbard, Andrew Topel, Andrew Taylor, Anne Heide, Catherine Daly, Karri Kokko, Martin Edmond, John M. Bennett, Lars Palm & David-Baptiste Chirot.< Less
DailyHaiku Volume III: Cycles 5 & 6 By Patrick M. Pilarski (editor), Nicole Pakan (editor)
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DailyHaiku Volume III collects the work of DailyHaiku contributors from Spring 2008 to Spring 2009 (Cycles 5 and 6) in a visually stunning print journal format. It also contains the third and fourth... More > installments in the DailyHaiku special features series. Featuring a year of poems by: Lanie P. Shanzyra, Gord McRae, Rita Odeh, Sheila E. Murphy, Susan Sanchez-Barnett, Carol Pearce-Worthington, Peter Joseph Gloviczki, Kelly Shepherd, Ann K. Schwader, Wendy Visser, Linda Pilarski, Patrick M. Pilarski, Nicole Pakan ... and Beverly A. Tift—winner of the 2009 Editors' Choice Award. Special features: a summer book review special and experimental visual short-form poetry by glenN robsoN, Gary Barwin, and derek beaulieu.< Less