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Title Mixed messages : american correspondences in visual and verbal practices / edited by Catherine Gander, Sarah Garland.
Imprint Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2016.

Subject Visual communication -- United States.
Written communication -- United States.
Alt Name Gander, Catherine,
Garland, Sarah, 1978-
Description 1 online resource : illustrations (black and white)
Contents Foreword -- Miles Orvell Introduction -- Catherine Gander and Sarah Garland 1. A poetics of organic expression: Louis Sullivan's transcendentalist legacy in word and image -- Lauren S. Weingarden 2. Photographic studies in the Hawthornes' American note-books -- Jessie Morgan-Owens 3. Fragments of the future: Walker Evans's polaroids -- Caroline Blinder 4. Cartooning the marvelous: word and image in Chicago Surrealism -- Joanna Pawlik 5. 'Twenty-six things at once': Pragmatic perspectives on Frank O'Hara and Norman Bluhm's Poem-Paintings -- Catherine Gander 6. 'Being kept in the dark can be a critical gesture': Arakawa and Madeline Gins' Mechanism of Meaning -- Sarah Garland 7. 'Then art will change. This is the future': Nancy Spero's manifestary practice -- Rachel Warriner 8. Forms of potential: reading Lawrence Weiner -- Katie L. Price 9. Testimony by hand: Ann Hamilton's myein -- Julie Brown 10. Reading with a knife, or the book art of subtraction: Brian Dettmer and Doug Beube's altered books -- Katy Masuga Envoi -- Catherine Gander and Sarah Garland Index.
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Summary Addresses a genuine gap in word and image studies. It offers fresh conceptual frameworks in which to think about the relationship between visual and verbal practices, with American works and artefacts positioned within the context of the American philosophical tradition.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 9781526101808 (electronic bk.)
1526101807 (electronic bk.)
9781526101792 (electronic bk.)
1526101793 (electronic bk.)
9781526115003
152611500X
9781784991500 (hbk.)
1784991503
OCLC # 962073592
Additional Format Print version: 9781784991500


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