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Aleksandr Skidan was born in Leningrad in 1965. His poetry collections include Delirium, In the Re-Reading, and Red Shift. He is also the author of two books of essays Critical Mass and The Resistance to/of Poetry. His poetry has been translated into…

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Alexis Petroff discusses his installation currently on view in Clutch Gallery. Floating Drawings is a delectable exhibition of miniature sculptures by Alexis Petroff. There is no excess in this otherwise filled to the brim show. All the elements in…

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The Flaxman Library Special Collections and the Department of Sound invite you to join us for the third in our series of collaborative events. For this installment, we took the musical score as a starting point from which to consider the…

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Facsimilies selected from the Art & Project Bulletins on display at the Joan Flasch Artists' Book Collection.  The Dutch Gallery Art & Project, led by Geert van Beijeren and Adriaan van Ravesteijn, opened in September of 1968. What initially…

Artifacts at the End of a Decade is an anthology of prints and multiples in a variety of media, including glass, ceramic, metal, textile and works on paper, " a cross section of art activity particular to, and peculiar to one specific moment in time,…

This exhibition features a collection of artists' boxes containing or pertaining to mythologies, fear, the alphabet, worry, love, nazis, dancing shoes, television, the pope, sex, tiny books, fast food, childhood fascinations, the constitution,…

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Recognizing the poignancy of the second-wave feminist concept “personal as political,” graduate students Lindsay Hutchens and Michelle Marie Murphy began their collaborative research at the Joan Flasch Artists’ Books Collection in the Spring of 2016.…

The Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection shows Transitive Archive Vol 1 and 2 by Axel Guhlmann, Leipzig, Germany, 2002. The artist spent time in industrial and public buildings - train stations, factories, pools - that had been vacated and abandoned…

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SAIC’s most distinguished faculty read some of their very worst writing. Following each reading, the reader will give a short talk on their selection: how it was chosen, why it was chosen, what can be learned, and what’s to be done with what cannot…

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Bibliodérive is the application of the Situationist International practice of the dérive or “drift” reapplied to the realm of research, libraries and archives. The Flaxman Library bibliodérive is a collection of generative, open-ended actions, or…
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