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Friday, March 04, 2005

Two and a Half Views of the Infinity Visual Poetry Show at Harvard

via Michael Hoerman's Pornfeld

The wine. The heels. The denim. Oh my. And vispo, too. (Link to online exhibition) Jamey and Melissa produced a very nice catalog of the works, which alone made the opening worthwhile. I was surprised by how many in the Harvard exhibit I knew, whose poetry or blogs I have read. I had a chance to see another very good visual poetry exhibit at Eyedrum in Atlanta last May. This one was a little smaller in scale, but more focused.

via Roger Pao's Asian-American Poetry

All the poets' works were quite fascinating, which, in no small part, resulted from the arrangement of the curators, who spaced out the exhibits from each other as well as skillfully mixed color with black-and-white. The curators' understanding of space in the room was key.

via Nick Carbo's Carbonator

My secret asian agent for the Northeastern US who is known as Roger was able to infiltrate the opening reception of the Visual Poetry "Infinity" exhibit at Harvard Univ. I have two visual pieces, Denise has one, and our friend Shin Yu Pai has two pieces at the show.

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