Reviews

Here Comes Kitty: cosmic, buoyant and palimpsestic visions

Sean Rogers writes in TORONTO GLOBE & MAIL: “Kraft’s book is duly dreamlike and mystical, excerpting text and imagery..and collapsing them all into palimpsestic visions and portmanteau people.”

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Suite Vénitienne: “Part private detective, part femme fatale, part psychopath”

Christine Smallwood writes in HARPER’S: “Suite Vénitienne is a simple and haunting document, a record of madness and opportunism and unmotivated obsession.”

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Suite Vénitienne: amateur espionage, compulsive curiosity and real excitement

Megan Burbank writes in THE PORTLAND MERCURY: “it’s an immersive piece that, at the intersections of performance, photography, and surveillance, remains hugely influential 35 years later.”

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Dorothy Iannone: “A journey of both flesh and spirit, life and art, one inextricable from the other”

Nicole Rudick writes in HYPERALLERGIC: “Though Iannone also borrowed visually from these antecedents…her method of exploration is very much her own, a journey of both flesh and spirit, life and art, one inextricable from the other.”

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Here Comes Kitty: The beauty and musicality of nonsense

Megan N. Liberty writes in HYPERALLERGIC: “Kraft’s collages and Dutton’s textual ‘interpolations’ tug at the edges of the reader’s imagination and memory. ”

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Robert Seydel: “All language is finally collage”

J. Mae Barizo writes in BOOKFORUM: “His work is captivating in part because it presents the artistic impulse as necessary to deciphering “the burdens of self.”

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