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Lecture notes : a duration poem in twelve parts

Author: Deborah Meadows
Publisher: Buffalo, New York : BlazeVOX [Books], [2018] ©2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"'Lecture Notes: a Duration Poem in Twelve Parts' makes that subtle shift from seemingly raw appropriation to an act of art history right before our eyes so that the safe empiricism of 'seeing is believin'' is turned upside down, and believing (or culturally-driven perception) creates the scene. Is this, then, a remaining possibility for 'poetry of place'? If listening and note-taking are primary activities of  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Deborah Meadows
ISBN: 9781609643089 1609643089
OCLC Number: 1027966148
Description: 168 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Listen nods: a ration in twelve arts. 1. Circularity of game, meta-strategies --
2. To square the circle (conform to canonic image) bear feeds itself --
3 The experiment requires that you continue --
you must go on --
4. Geodesic network --
5. Defeat/resist being turned into commodities --
6. Everyone is better off if we set up system to protect minorities from majorities --
7. See how to unstuck "opportunity" … which is to put it in reverse & gun it --
8. Found that: people do not befriend those of similar ability (unlike academics … --
9. Discrete actions not meaningful in themselves that can be combined for meanings --
10. No longer whether law of excluded middle is true but one of choosing lang. wherein it is true or not --
11. "Committed types" stay in neighborhood --
12. With telescope you can do some serious damage to cosmology --
The lecturers.
Other Titles: Duration poem in twelve parts
Responsibility: Deborah Meadows.

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"'Lecture Notes: a Duration Poem in Twelve Parts' makes that subtle shift from seemingly raw appropriation to an act of art history right before our eyes so that the safe empiricism of 'seeing is believin'' is turned upside down, and believing (or culturally-driven perception) creates the scene. Is this, then, a remaining possibility for 'poetry of place'? If listening and note-taking are primary activities of learning, do 'Lecture Notes: A Duration Poem in Twelve Parts' amplify quest as purpose of the lesson, the primal urge of mythology once again, or more perplexing, do they remove the purpose of the lesson and give us free-floating intellectual intent? Uncanny how we have here: hot property both classically mimetic and a semiological collation. Handwritten meets the ready-made in 'Lecture Notes: A Duration Poem in Twelve Parts'. Pursuing questions Deborah Meadows raised in earlier books of poetry, 'Lecture Notes: A Duration Poem in Twelve Parts' explore the politics of knowledge: its location, performance, ownership and authorial mastery" -- Provided by publisher.

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