EXPERIMENTAL WRITINGS AND PROJECTS

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TRIPLE CANOPY

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Paperback, 6 x 9 in. / 267 pgs / 25 bw.

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CATALOG: SPRING 2013 p. 161   

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Corrected Slogans

Reading and Writing Conceptualism

Published by Triple Canopy
Text by Erica Baum, Ariana Reines, R.H. Quaytman, et al.

Corrected Slogans looks at conceptual practices in contemporary art and poetry. In conjunction with the exhibition Postscript: Writing After Conceptual Art at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver, the online magazine Triple Canopy hosted a series of public conversations between some of the most innovative artists and poets working today. The symposium Poems for America asked how conceptual writing has transformed conventional notions of expression, while Automatic Reading, a seminar-style roundtable, focused on reading as a creative practice, and the book as a material object. Corrected Slogans features annotated transcripts of these events, which include contributions from Nora Abrams, Andrea Andersson, Erica Baum, Franklin Bruno, Corina Copp, Michael Corris, Brian Droitcour, Jim Fletcher, Zachary German, Lucy Ives, Aaron Kunin, Margaret Lee, Paul Legault, K. Silem Mohammad, Ken Okiishi, R. H. Quaytman, Katie Raissian, Ariana Reines, William S. Smith, Mónica de la Torre, Gretchen Wagner, Hannah Whitaker and Matvei Yankelevich, along with new essays, artworks and poetry.

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FROM THE ARTBOOK BLOG

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 3/20/2013

'Novel Operations:' Triple Canopy Presents Double Book Launch at Artists Space

'Novel Operations:' Triple Canopy Presents Double Book Launch at Artists SpaceJoin Triple Canopy this Friday night, from 7-9pm, at Artists Space, New York, for a party marking the publication of two new books—the second volume of the annual Invalid Format anthology, and Corrected Slogans, an investigation of conceptual practices in contemporary art and poetry—with a performance by noted actor Jim Fletcher, followed by a reception with the editors and contributors.

Corrected Slogans is the culmination of the multi-part project Corrected Slogans (A Publication in Four Acts), which was conceived as Triple Canopy's contribution to “Postscript: Writing after Conceptual Art,” an exhibition organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver. The book, which hinges on annotated transcripts of a series of public conversations, represents a collective effort to establish a new critical discourse around conceptual art and poetics.

Fletcher’s performance will draw upon various literary formats included in Corrected Slogans—transcripts, footnotes, stanzas, dialogue, indexes, and a lexicon—to interpret and amplify the book’s many textual registers, unraveling dialogues and vocalizing word-play with his fellow actors and the audience.

Corrected Slogans includes work and words by Nora Abrams, Andrea Andersson, Erica Baum, Franklin Bruno, Corina Copp, Michael Corris, Brian Droitcour, Jim Fletcher, Zachary German, Lucy Ives, Aaron Kunin, Margaret Lee, Paul Legault, K. Silem Mohammad, Ken Okiishi, R. H. Quaytman, Katie Raissian, Ariana Reines, William S. Smith, Mónica de la Torre, Gretchen Wagner, Hannah Whitaker, and Matvei Yankelevich.

Invalid Format: An Anthology of Triple Canopy, designed in collaboration with Project Projects, is at once an archive of Triple Canopy's widespread publishing activities and a translation into print of projects that originally appeared in other forms. The design of Invalid Format reflects this problem: How might works produced for the screen be transposed to the codex in a way that recalls that former context, though not slavishly, and while also fully inhabiting the page? How can the form and function of interactive, audiovisual works be degraded elegantly, without disappearing entirely, in print?

The second volume of Invalid Format includes artist projects and literary work published from early 2009 through mid-2010, documentation of public programs, and a sampling of foundational correspondence. Contributors include Sophia Al-Maria, José León Cerrillo, Joshua Cohen, Teddy Cruz, Ed Halter, Lucy Ives, Victoria Miguel, Joe Milutis, New Humans, Hassan Khan & Clare Davies, Karthik Pandian, Lucy Raven, Luc Sante, Dan Torop, and Zs & Josh Slater.

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Jim Fletcher has worked with Richard Maxwell and the New York City Players for more than twelve years, most recently in Early Plays, a joint production with the Wooster Group. He is a member of the cast of Gatz, the Elevator Repair Service production based on The Great Gatsby, and has worked with Bernadette Corporation, Claire Fontaine, the English group Forced Entertainment (Sight is the Sense That Dying People Tend to Lose First, Quizoola!), and Sarah Michelson (Devotion). In 2012, he received an Obie award for sustained excellence of performance. continue to blog


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