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'Bernadette Mayer: Memory' is reviewed in this week's 'New Yorker'

Congratulations Siglio Press, publisher of Bernadette Mayer: Memory, extensively reviewed in this week's New Yorker, where Dan Chiasson calls the book "a new and beautiful embodiment" of Mayer's 1971 conceptual project that "speaks uncannily to our particular time." We are so moved by this searching, prescient, open-ended book, which Chiasson describes elegantly. "Nostalgia—for the carnal, improvised mood of 1971, but also for the halcyon days of, say, last summer, before we were afraid of communal life—has become the work’s dominant key. Yet Memory, also seems ahead of its time: a database of half-captured meals, barns, bodies—a kind of analog Internet. The visual images are underexposed, overexposed, and double-exposed. Objects are edged half into or half out of the frame; scenes are never complete. The text propels you past tantalizing sights and experiences. It’s all too much, in ways that seem very familiar to anyone who watches stimuli whiz by in a feed."

Bernadette Mayer: Memory

Bernadette Mayer: Memory

SIGLIO
Hbk, 10 x 7.25 in. / 332 pgs / 1155 color.





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DATE 5/8/2022

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