Women Artists & Hybrid Forms

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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About Bernadette Mayer

Bernadette Mayer (1945-) is an experimental poet and writer, and the author of over thirty books. While associated with the New York School, the Language poets, and the conceptual art movement, she is also renowned for her defiance of poetic conventions and associations.

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A short history of Bernadette Mayer’s Memory

A short history of Bernadette Mayer’s Memory, a monumental, conceptual art work that investigates the nature of memory, its surfaces, textures and material.

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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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Dorothy Iannone: The purposeful collision of two

Kate Wolf writes in XTRA: “An evangelist for sexual pleasure and unmitigated female sexuality, Iannone’s bold embrace of sex and love in her work is matched by an equally if not more robust drive toward narrative construction and inventive forms of autobiography.”

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Dorothy Iannone: “What is she offering that we feel we need?”

Catherine Wagely writes in LA REVIEW OF BOOKS: “Because the book does not seem to be about but of Iannone, it presents an ideal opportunity to ask: Why does the 82-year-old artist feel so relevant and sage-like to women decades younger?”

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