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Kostelanetz, Richard

 Person

Found in 175 Collections and/or Records:

Kinetic Writing / Richard Kostelanetz., 2004

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Identifier: CC-43971-46082
Scope and Contents

There is sound on this DVD. These videopoems were produced from 1985-1989. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2004

Language & Structure in North America / Kostelanetz, Richard, curator ; Abish W ; Acconci V ; Aldridge A ; Allen B ; Amirkhanian C ; Anderson B ; Andre C ; Andrews B ; Arias-Misson A ; Ascher S ; Straus DL ; Baldessari J ; Barry R ; Basmajian S ; Birney E ; bissett b ; Brecht G ; Broudy H ; Burke K ; Cage J ; deCointet G ; Colombo JR ; Coolidge C ; Cory JJ ; Denes A ; Depew W ; Diacono M ; Dodge C ; Elder G ; Ernst KS ; Federman R ; Ford CH ; Four Horsemen ; Fox H ; Frank P ; Friedman K ; Garnet E ; Gilbert G ; Giorno J ; Gnazzo A ; Gross R ; Gysin B ; Harvey M ; Heman B ; Herman J ; Higgins D ; Hollander J ; Hompson DD ; Howe N ; Jacoby R ; Johnson R ; Katz S ; Kearns L ; Kern B ; Korn H ; Kostelanetz R ; Krauss R ; Lachance B ; Lax R ; Leon SJ ; UU D ; Lurie T ; Mabie D ; Maciunas G ; MacLennan T ; MacLow J ; McCaffery S ; McCallion B ; McCauley CS ; McClure M ; McCord H ; McLuhan M ; Mekas J ; Metz M ; Miller L ; Morrissey S ; Mustill N ; Olson C ; Patchen K ; Phillips MJ ; Pietri P ; Porter B ; Pritchard NH-II ; Reich S ; Robertson K ; Robson E ; Rothenberg J ; Rosenblatt J ; Ruppersberg A ; rjs ; Schafer RM ; Schwerner A ; Scobie S ; Sharits P ; Shaw K ; Cutler-Shaw J ; Silliman R ; Sky A ; Smithson R ; Snow M ; Solt ME ; Stern G ; Tarnman I ; Thomas D ; Trawick L ; Truck F ; Waldrop K ; Waldrop R ; Watts R ; Weiner L ; Ockerse T ; Niccolai G ; Nichol bp ; Cunningham M ; Perreault J ; Williams E., 1975

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Identifier: CC-37069-38910

[Letters to Wally Depew] / Kostelanetz, Richard., 1985 - 1999

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Identifier: CC-58070-10001317
Scope and Contents

Kostelanetz's correspondence with Depew considers their mutual work on publications and distribution of their works. Two Kostelanetz Year End Report from 1985 and1991 are included in this correspondence collection. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1985 - 1999

Master of Several Arts / Kostelanetz, Richard; Cage J., 1979

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Identifier: CC-07912-8066
Scope and Contents

Kostelanetz reviews "Empty Words" and "Writings through Finnegans Wake" by John Cage. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1979

Minimal Fictions, 1994

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Identifier: CC-08120-8281
Scope and Contents

Although the works in this book are designated "Minimal Fictions" by Kostrlanetz, the varied typefaces and experimental page layouts do not distinctly differentiate them from classifying them concrete poems. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1994

Modulations / Kostelanetz, Richard., 1975

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Identifier: CC-37080-38921
Scope and Contents

The pages of this booklet consist of a ruled grid with superimposed circles of 45 degree lines. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1975

Morepartitions / Kostelanetz, Richard ; Wilder N., 1994

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Identifier: CC-08045-8205
Scope and Contents

This book was designed by Nan Wilder. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1994

Networking Artists: Assemblings from the Ruth & Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete & Visual Poetry / Craig Saper, curator ; Shores M ; Mark A ; Kostelanetz R ; Meade R ; Baroni V ; curry jw ; Cortese R ; Zagoricnik F ; Huth G ; Gagnon JC ; CrackerJackKid ; Black J ; Gerlovin V ; Gerlovina R ; Nikonova R ; Neaderland L ; Warnke U ; Fabry A ; Deisler G ; Ebel G ; Ahnert C ; Forsyth I ; Pollard J ; Vigo EA ; Copley W ; Crandall J ; Boumans B ; Beltrametti F ; Lora-Totino A ; Spatola A ; Damen H ; Chopin H ; Lemaitre M ; Saper C ; Ryan M ; McLuhan M ; Sackner MA ; Sackner RK ; Saritsky A ; Carlander K ; Drucker J ; Patasz P ; Cardella J ; Warhol A ; Bowles J ; Wohl B ; Maggi R ; Adler J ; Dias-Pino W ; Lemaitre M ; Targowski H., 1997

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Identifier: CC-30106-31504
Scope and Contents Craig Saper curated this exhibition through loan of "Assemblings" entirely from the Sackner Archive. It might have been the largest exhibition of assemblings in a gallery space to date. His extensive essay describes the history of this international, alternative distribution system with its roots in Fluxus, Lettrisme, Situationism, Conceptualism and Cobra. Circumventing the established art gallery system, bookmakers, artists, visual poets, media artists send from 50 to 100 works to an assembler or compiler who distributes the assemblings to the participants and to subscribers. Worldwide networking systems developed, basically using the postal system and a few avant garde institutions, in an attempt to reach a wide audience and democratize art making. Assemblings combine both crafts and mechanized reproduction. Saper writes, "The artists cherish the production of carefully constructed individualized visual poems and constructions as well as the insistence that readers recuperate,...
Dates: 1997

Networking Artists: Assemblings from the Ruth & Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete & Visual Poetry / Craig Saper, curator ; Shores M ; Mark A ; Kostelanetz R ; Meade R ; Baroni V ; curry jw ; Cortese R ; Zagoricnik F ; Huth G ; Gagnon JC ; CrackerJackKid ; Black J ; Gerlovin V ; Gerlovina R ; Nikonova R ; Neaderland L ; Warnke U ; Fabry A ; Deisler G ; Ebel G ; Ahnert C ; Forsyth I ; Pollard J ; Vigo EA ; Copley W ; Crandall J ; Boumans B ; Beltrametti F ; Lora-Totino A ; Spatola A ; Damen H ; Chopin H ; Lemaitre M ; Saper C ; Ryan M ; McLuhan M ; Sackner MA ; Sackner RK ; Saritsky A ; Carlander K ; Drucker J ; Patasz P ; Cardella J ; Warhol A ; Bowles J ; Wohl B ; Maggi R ; Adler J ; Dias-Pino W ; Lemaitre M ; Targowski H., 1997

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Identifier: CC-32240-33798
Scope and Contents Craig Saper curated this exhibition through loan of "Assemblings" entirely from the Sackner Archive. It might have been the largest exhibition of assemblings in a gallery space to date. His extensive essay describes the history of this international, alternative distribution system with its roots in Fluxus, Lettrisme, Situationism, Conceptualism and Cobra. Circumventing the established art gallery system, bookmakers, artists, visual poets, media artists send from 50 to 100 works to an assembler or compiler who distributes the assemblings to the participants and to subscribers. Worldwide networking systems developed, basically using the postal system and a few avant garde institutions, in an attempt to reach a wide audience and democratize art making. Assemblings combine both crafts and mechanized reproduction. Saper writes, "The artists cherish the production of carefully constructed individualized visual poems and constructions as well as the insistence that readers recuperate,...
Dates: 1997

Networking Artists: Assemblings from the Ruth & Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete & Visual Poetry / Craig Saper, curator ; Shores M ; Mark A ; Kostelanetz R ; Meade R ; Baroni V ; curry jw ; Cortese R ; Zagoricnik F ; Huth G ; Gagnon JC ; CrackerJackKid ; Black J ; Gerlovin V ; Gerlovina R ; Nikonova R ; Neaderland L ; Warnke U ; Fabry A ; Deisler G ; Ebel G ; Ahnert C ; Forsyth I ; Pollard J ; Vigo EA ; Copley W ; Crandall J ; Boumans B ; Beltrametti F ; Lora-Totino A ; Spatola A ; Damen H ; Chopin H ; Lemaitre M ; Saper C ; Ryan M ; McLuhan M ; Sackner MA ; Sackner RK ; Saritsky A ; Carlander K ; Drucker J ; Patasz P ; Cardella J ; Warhol A ; Bowles J ; Wohl B ; Maggi R ; Adler J ; Dias-Pino W ; Lemaitre M ; Targowski H., 1997

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Identifier: CC-32241-33799
Scope and Contents Craig Saper curated this exhibition through loan of "Assemblings" entirely from the Sackner Archive. It might have been the largest exhibition of assemblings in a gallery space to date. His extensive essay describes the history of this international, alternative distribution system with its roots in Fluxus, Lettrisme, Situationism, Conceptualism and Cobra. Circumventing the established art gallery system, bookmakers, artists, visual poets, media artists send from 50 to 100 works to an assembler or compiler who distributes the assemblings to the participants and to subscribers. Worldwide networking systems developed, basically using the postal system and a few avant garde institutions, in an attempt to reach a wide audience and democratize art making. Assemblings combine both crafts and mechanized reproduction. Saper writes, "The artists cherish the production of carefully constructed individualized visual poems and constructions as well as the insistence that readers recuperate,...
Dates: 1997

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Concrete poetry 43
Critical text 38
Conventional poetry 21
Documentation 17
Visual art 14