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The Phonemes (TrenchArt: The Recon Series)

by Frances Richard

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Poetry. In THE PHONEMES, Frances Richard investigates perceptually distinct units of experience—sounds, energy surges, scraps of national and natural history—to create episodes of disruption and dissolution. Robert Fitterman: "There isn't anyone else [in the basement] doing quite what these meteors are doing." Lee Ann Brown: "Sophisticated and surprising employment of collage and juxtaposition of 'the found' makes for a rarified and well-wrought leap forward in radical cross-disciplinary and cross-genre collage." Ronaldo V. Wilson: "Each folded articulation of sense and perception, of history, volition, identity, and loss is rendered in this book's stunning stance, its gorgeous delivery, where language, symbol, sign, and picture meet to punctuate, forecast and project what's possible within and beyond the real of ---=*|=- -- - - =*|- - = -." THE PHONEMES is published as as part of the TrenchArt: Recon Series, with an Introduction by Ronaldo V. Wilson and visual art by Renee Petropoulos.… (more)
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Poetry. In THE PHONEMES, Frances Richard investigates perceptually distinct units of experience—sounds, energy surges, scraps of national and natural history—to create episodes of disruption and dissolution. Robert Fitterman: "There isn't anyone else [in the basement] doing quite what these meteors are doing." Lee Ann Brown: "Sophisticated and surprising employment of collage and juxtaposition of 'the found' makes for a rarified and well-wrought leap forward in radical cross-disciplinary and cross-genre collage." Ronaldo V. Wilson: "Each folded articulation of sense and perception, of history, volition, identity, and loss is rendered in this book's stunning stance, its gorgeous delivery, where language, symbol, sign, and picture meet to punctuate, forecast and project what's possible within and beyond the real of ---=*|=- -- - - =*|- - = -." THE PHONEMES is published as as part of the TrenchArt: Recon Series, with an Introduction by Ronaldo V. Wilson and visual art by Renee Petropoulos.

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