Affinities

Dick Higgins’s Something Else Press Lives On…

The Something Else Press has a lasting influence on independent publishers now. Here’s a list of reprints, facsimiles and other adjacent publications.

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Teaching Image-Text, Hybrid Forms, Visual/Graphic Narratives?

Teaching a course that traverses the uncategorizable, the innovative, the spaces in between? Siglio titles are expansive, compelling, thought-provoking works that will engage students in surprising ways as they discover what image and text can do.

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In Poets & Writers: “Siglio rejects the assumption that one artistic practice must kneel to the other”

“Siglio is a ‘wunderkammer’ . . . a cabinet of curiosities that expands and transforms what is expected of visual-verbal literature.”

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New Works by Richard Kraft: “Ubu/Trump” and “All the Yellow and Red Cards Issued to Donald Trump…”

Artist Richard Kraft has two new works about Donald Trump: one at the Racial Imaginary Institute, the other here free to download.

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Robert Seydel: “True aesthetic ambidexterity”

James Gibbons writes THE PARIS REVIEW DAILY: “One of the uncanny successes of Seydel’s art lies in the way his sophistication and erudition are everywhere in evidence . . . and yet he could fashion . . . a body of work that harnesses . . . the affecting strangeness and elemental power of naive art.”

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Suite Vénitienne: Intrusion of her own creation

“In her pursuit of strangers, Calle presents a kind of artistic Zeno’s paradox: the closer you get to someone else, the more you realize the distance separating you.” —Madeleine Schwartz in THE NY REVIEW OF BOOKS

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