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And, Miekal, 1957-

 Person

Nationality

American

Found in 170 Collections and/or Records:

[Mail Art] / And, Miekal., 1987

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Identifier: CC-24607-25060
Scope and Contents

Includes "Make Something Differently," "The erotic is pleasure seeking its coherence," "Towards a new alphabet," and other photocopied work, including a message from Miekal And.

Dates: 1987

Mettiriopellezak Gracalbannisutlerm 8th Edition / Was, Elizabeth ; And, Miekel., 2006

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Identifier: CC-48912-69950
Scope and Contents

This is the digitized version of the book. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2006

Mettiriopellezak Gracalbannisutlerm (In Visualog 2) / Was, Elizabeth ; And, Miekel., 1982

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Identifier: CC-48911-69949
Scope and Contents

This is a special copy that was printed on only the right sided, heavy paper pages. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1982

Mores 2nd Edition / And, Miekal ; Was E., 2006

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Identifier: CC-48837-69872
Scope and Contents

This work was intended to be read as a single sentence and was dedicated to Liz Was. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2006

Mores / And, Miekal ; Was E., 1988

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Identifier: CC-24615-25068
Scope and Contents

This work was intended to be read as a single sentence and was dedicated to Liz Was. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1988

Musicmasters Gimmicks / And, Miekal; Was, Elizabeth., 1987

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Identifier: CC-24608-25061
Scope and Contents

The box also contains small scraps of paper labeled "Art Litter." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1987

Networked Art / Saper, Craig J. ; And M ; Andersen E ; Anderson L ; Apollinaire G ; Arias-Misson A ; Arp H ; Atchley D ; Bakhchanyan V ; Bann S ; Baroni V ; Barreto-Rivera R ; Barthes R ; Beckett S ; Belloli C ; Bense M ; Benveniste A ; Bernstein C ; Beuys J ; Blaine J ; Bleus G ; Azeredo R ; Bohn W ; Bory JF ; Breakwell I ; Brecht G ; Breton A ; Cage J ; Cantsin M ; Cavellini GA ; Carra C ; Cardella J ; Chopin H ; Cleveland B ; Cluver C ; Cobbing B ; Connor B ; Corner P ; CrackerJackKid ; Crozier R ; Curnoe G ; Crane M ; Damen H ; Debord G ; DeCampos A ; DeCampos H ; Depero F ; Dias-Pino W ; Dotremont C ; Dunn L ; Dufrene F ; Dutton P ; Export V ; Fahlstrom O ; Feldman M ; Filliou R ; Finlay IH ; Fiore Q ; Flynt H ; Fricker HR ; Friedman K ; Gaglione B ; Garnier I ; Garnier P ; Gomringer E ; Graham D ; Grogerova B ; Gysin B ; Haack H ; Hachette M ; Hains R ; Heissenbuttel H ; Held Jjr ; Hendricks G ; Higgins D ; Hirsal J ; Higgins EF-III ; Holzer J ; Home S ; Houedard DS ; Huelsenbeck R ; Hutchins A ; Indiana R ; Isou I ; Johnson R ; Jorn A ; Kaprow A ; Knowles A ; Knizak M ; Kostelanetz R ; Kriwet F ; Kruger B ; Leary T ; LeWitt S ; Lichtenstein R ; Lyons J ; McCaffery S ; MacLow J ; Malanga G ; Mallarme S ; Manzoni P ; Marcus G ; Marinetti FT ; Mazza A ; Metzger G ; Moholy-Nagy L ; Morgan E ; Neuhaus M ; Nichol bp ; Nitsch H ; Nova GL ; Novak L ; Oisteanu V ; Padin C ; Perkins S ; Perloff M ; Phillips T ; Pignatari D ; Petasz P ; Porter B ; Rauschenberg R ; Brown B ; Rehfeldt R ; Rosler M ; Roth D ; Ruhm G ; Ruch G ; Ruscha E ; Sabatier R ; Samaras L ; Schmidt SJ ; Schwitters K ; Seaman D ; Simmias of Rhodes ; Smith O ; Solt ME ; Spacagna J ; Steiner W ; Spoerri D ; Studeny F ; Lemaitre M ; McLuhan M ; Tisma A ; Trusky T ; Tupitsyn M ; Twombly C ; Ulrichs T ; VanDoesburg T ; Varney E ; Vostell W ; Warhol A ; Watts R ; Was E ; Williams E ; Zack D ; Zukofsky L ; Zurbrugg N ; Altmann R ; Sackner RK ; Sackner MA ; Cortese R ; Evans J ; Giorno J., 2001

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Identifier: CC-52169-73288
Scope and Contents Back cover: The experimental art and poetry of the last half of the twentieth century offers a glimpse of the emerging networked culture that electronic devices will make omnipresent. Craig J. Saper demarcates this new genre of networked art, which uses the trappings of bureaucratic systems-money, logos, corporate names, stamps-to create intimate situations among the participants. In Saper's analysis, the pleasures that these aesthetic situations afford include shared special knowledge or new language among small groups of participants. Functioning as artworks in themselves, these temporary institutional structures-networks, publications, and collective works-give rise to a gift-exchange community as an alternative economy and social system. Saper explains how this genre developed from post-World War II conceptual art, including periodicals as artworks in themselves; lettrist, concrete, and process poetry; Bauhaus versus COBRA; Fluxus publications, kits, and machines; mail art and...
Dates: 2001