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mille e tre 4 by Michael Palmer

mille e tre 4

by Michael Palmer

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This is a beautiful book. The project starts with the drawings of Micaëla Heinich, 1003 of them (see Casanova for this number). Ink drawings on the pages of a narrow notebook.
She kept 3 drawings and divided the rest into chuncks of 200 drawings, giving poets a chunck each.
Michael Palmer's poem goes alongside drawings 601 to 800.
It's a wave: each time you turn a page, a new line verse appears and a new line disappears. The poem rolls forward. It's a bueatiful image for a really delicate object of a book.
  nicomo | Nov 20, 2006 |
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