Monthly Archives: April 2011

Lawrence Giffin Responds to Page 26 of The Source

Re: searching The Source: a s/creed For me, the interesting thing about conceptual writing is that from its beginning it has been absolutely spiritual. Conceptual writing has always held it’s practices and beliefs to be “more real” and exclusively to … Continue reading

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Will Edmiston Responds to Page 26 of The Source

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Jessica Grim Responds to Page 26 of The Source

Response to Noah Eli Gordon’s The Source, pg. 26 by Jessica Grim Collection Development & Management Librarian Oberlin College Library Assuming an alphabet the man began to speak. The sun baked the earth. Words crawled. Obliteration was not an option. Rest … Continue reading

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Patrick James Dunagan Responds to Page 26 of The Source

One day’s set of responses @ the 26th minute of each hour to Noah Eli Gordon’s THE SOURCE, particularly page 26, during a 7.5 hour work shift 4/6/2011 by Patrick James Dunagan Periodicals and Bindery Specialist Gleeson Library-Geshcke Center University … Continue reading

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Jen Hofer Responds to Alan Gilbert’s Late in the Antenna Fields

Declarative Sentences Induce Orderly Delirium, Or Please Set The Alert On Repeat To Remind Us To Notice 6 Instruction Pieces Sparked by Lines from Alan Gilbert’s Late in the Antenna Fields Soon there will be no need of artists, since … Continue reading

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