Louise Lawler

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‘Birdcalls’ (1972) by Louise Lawler.

Louise Lawler transformed each name of a male contemporary artist into a specific birdcall and recorded the sound. Listen to themĀ here.


Charles Bukowski

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‘8 count’ by Charles Bukowski, from ‘Burning in Water, Drowning in Flame: Selected Poems 1955-1973′


Jimmie Durham

SNACK BAR
VARIATIONS

Sneak Bear
Snuck Boar
Snake Bare
Snock Beer
Snook Burr
Snick Boor
Snike Byre
Snuck Burr
Sneak Bare
Snake Beer
Snook Boor
Snack Bore
Snack Beer
Snack Bare
Smack Bar
Smack Bare
Smack Bear
Smack Boar
Slack Bear
Slack Beer
Slack Boor
Back Snar
Back Snore
Black Snare
Black Smear
Black Sneer
Or Perhaps
Bacr Snak

 

‘Snack Bar Variations’, from Poems That Do Not Go Together, by Jimmie Durham (2005)

A video of the artist reading some of his poems:


Boris Dornbusch

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Boris Dornbusch, ‘Volvic Evian Vittel – Vittel Volvic Evian – Evian Vittel Volvic’ (2011)


Noemie Goudal

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Noemie Goudal, ‘Iceberg’, from ‘Haven Her Body Was’.


Ryan Foerster

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Ryan Foerster, ‘sudbury, brighton beach etc.’ (2012)

c-print with slag and rocks


Meg Webster

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Meg Webster, ‘Moss Bed’ (1986-1988)


Isa Melsheimer

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by Isa Melsheimer


Anne Percoco

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‘Window Plants’, a publication by Anne Percoco


Rebecca Reeve

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Rebecca Reeve, ‘Marjorys World’ (2013)