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Drucker, Johanna, 1952-

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Found in 113 Collections and/or Records:

Briarcombe Paragraphs / Benson, Steve ; Drucker J., 1984

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Identifier: CC-38272-40168
Scope and Contents

The cover was designed by Joseph Simas and Johanna Drucker. This book is also designated Moving Letters Chapbook No.2. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1984

Charles Nypels Award 1998 / Emigre ; Licko Z ; VanderLans R ; Poynor R ; Wild L ; Drucker J., 1998

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Identifier: CC-30499-31927
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This catalogue depicts the typefaces designed with the Apple computers by Zuzana Licko and Rudy VanderLans and the origins of Emigre Magazine they founded in 1984. For these achievements, Licko and Vanderlans received the fifth Charles Nypels Award, given every two years to an individual or institution that has made innovations in the area of typography in the briadest sense. This catalogue published to commemorate the award was edited by Gor Rosbeek and Jean Rosbeek. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1998

Concrete! The Ruth & Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry / Sara Sackner, producer, director, editor; Andrew Behar, executive producer, editor; T Phillips; J Drucker; A Dupont; T Riley; C Nava; A Dreyblatt; H Shams; RK Sackner; MA Sackner., 2003

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Identifier: CC-46092-48802
Scope and Contents

On this DVD that runs 72 minutes, "Ruth and Marvin Sackner share their love of words and images with an intimate tour ot their Miami Beach home/museum - the largest private collection of its kind. Over sixty-thousand objects from around the world speak volumes about a compulsive and joyful lifeof collecting art, poetry, and artists books." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2003

Concrete! The Ruth & Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry / Sara Sackner, producer, director, editor; Andrew Behar, executive producer, editor; T Phillips; J Drucker; A Dupont; T Riley; C Nava; A Dreyblatt; H Shams; RK Sackner; MA Sackner., 2003

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Identifier: CC-46092-48802
Scope and Contents

On this DVD that runs 72 minutes, "Ruth and Marvin Sackner share their love of words and images with an intimate tour ot their Miami Beach home/museum - the largest private collection of its kind. Over sixty-thousand objects from around the world speak volumes about a compulsive and joyful lifeof collecting art, poetry, and artists books." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2003

Contemporary Book Arts at Carleton / Barron S ; Benes BL ; Bigus R ; Drucker J ; Gallo P ; Hamady W ; Minsky R ; King S ; VanHorn E ; Zelevansky P ; Ruscha E ; McCarney S ; Osborn K ; Jackman S ; Haynes R ; Sackner RK., 1987

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Identifier: CC-18465-18837
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Curated by Betty Bright who acknowledged Ruth Sackner and others in aiding the preliminary research for the exhibition. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1987

Corona Palimpsest Video/book installation by Nora Ligorano and Marshall Reese / Drucker, Johanna ; Ligorano N ; Reese M., 1995

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Identifier: CC-40445-42416
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This is a critique of Ligorano and Reese's "Corona Palimpsest." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1995

CORTEXt, 1995

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Identifier: CC-29033-30371
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Johanna Drucker contributes an introductory essay on historic aspects of visual poetry which is carried forth to multimedia information systems of today. She also was responsible for the cover design. Karl Young contributes an afterword in which he focuses on mail art. He particularly addresses his own, ongoing Shadow Project that refers to the faint traces people left on nearby surfaces after they were vaporized by the atomic bombs in Japan. Young indicates that d.a. levy stands out as the major figure in the last three decades who left an indelible inprint on underground publications and visual poetry. He also adds that Tom Phillips is the most complete book artist. The Sackner Archive partially funded this exhibition. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1995

Diagrammatic Writing / Drucker, Johanna., 2013

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Identifier: CC-58515-10001736
Scope and Contents Comments by Johanna Drucker on internet: The concept of the "diagram" is vaguely defined in common usage, used to refer to a broad variety of schematic images"”graphs, charts, anatomical images, working drawings and so on. By working towards a tighter definition, we might use the term to refer to a specific category of graphical expressions that spatialize relations. These relations, I suggest, are themselves meaningful"”they are a kind of poetics, a bringing into being of meaning through articulation and expression. The materiality of this poetics of relations provides a way to analyse its formats and features"”to get at, to grasp, to read, see, describe, elaborate the particulars of diagrammatic expressions. The even more specific attention to writing, to written discourse organized in graphical form, exposes the workings of diagrammatic activity within the field of visual verbal activity. We depend upon these, but rarely stop to describe or discuss their structuring principles...
Dates: 2013

Dolls of the Spirit / Drucker, Johanna., 1981

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Identifier: CC-16197-16540
Scope and Contents

Drucker comments in her catalogue from the exhibition at Printed Matter that this book was based upon a Dutch emblem book of the same title dealing with farm implements. This book is based on transformable objects and words, e.g., knife, key, scissors, etc. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1981

Dual Muse, The / Drucker J ; Gass W ; Forget C ; Ernst M ; Barron S ; Rollins T+KOS ; cummings ee ; Davenport G ; Mallarme S ; Schor M ; Ligon G ; Caruso L ; Seille G ; Moreau C ; Sarduy S ; Patchen K ; Bartlett J ; Phillips T., 1997

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Identifier: CC-28571-29858
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The Sackner Archive lent several pictures to the exhibition and participated in the seminar. Critical essays for the catalogue were written by Bill Gass and Johanna Drucker. In addition, the Sackners lent Tom Phillips' Dante Diary pages and manuscripts to the Olin Library for an exhibition in Special Collections curated by Kevin Ray. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1997

Dual Muse, The / Drucker J ; Gass W ; Forget C ; Ernst M ; Barron S ; Rollins T+KOS ; cummings ee ; Davenport G ; Mallarme S ; Schor M ; Ligon G ; Caruso L ; Seille G ; Moreau C ; Sarduy S ; Patchen K ; Bartlett J ; Phillips T., 1997

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Identifier: CC-29414-30779
Scope and Contents

The Sackner Archive lent several pictures to the exhibition and participated in the seminar. Critical essays for the catalogue were written by Bill Gass and Johanna Drucker. In addition, the Sackners lent Tom Phillips' Dante Diary pages and manuscripts to the Olin Library for an exhibition in Special Collections curated by Kevin Ray. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1997

Dutch: Domestic Interior / Drucker, Johanna ; Vangelisti P., 1976

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Identifier: CC-15671-15999
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The back cover is a letter to Paul Vangelisti. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1976

Exhibition Based Upon Johanna Drucker's Century of Artists' Books (1995) / Sackner, Marvin ; Sackner, Ruth ; Drucker J., 1996

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Identifier: CC-27513-28568
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This consists of the labels used for the exhibition. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1996

Experimental - Visual - Concrete: Avant-Garde Poetry Since the 1960's / Jackson, K. David, editor ; Drucker, Johanna, editor ; Vos, Eric, editor ; Bernstein C ; Bohn W ; Cluver C ; Drucker J ; Garnier P ; Hatherly A ; Kac E ; MacLow J ; Tardos A ; deMelo e Castro EM ; Menezes P ; Minarelli E ; Perloff M ; Pignotti L ; Polkinhorn H ; Saper C ; Solt ME ; Vos E ; DeCampos H ; DeCampos A ; Sackner MA ; Sackner RK ; Sarduy S ; Gomringer E ; Higgins D ; McCaffery S ; Minarelli E ; Berry J ; Doctorovich F ; Basinski M ; Foley J ; Young K ; Walther E ; Claus CF ; Fahlstrom O ; Williams E ; Spacagna J ; Schwitters K ; Ruhm G ; Pound E ; Pignatari D ; Phillips T ; Mon F ; Marinetti FT ; Mallarme S ; Kostelanetz R ; Higgins D ; Gomringer E ; Heissenbuttel H ; Bense M ; Apollinaire G ; Balestrini N., 1996

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Identifier: CC-54520-989985
Scope and Contents This book is number 10 of Avant Garde Critical Studies and is based on the Yale Symphosophia held in April 1995 which was originally conceived to honor the Brazilian Concrete poet Haroldo de Campos on his 75th birthday. The symposium brought together over forty poets and performers and produced this volume of review and critical appraisal of an international perspective of avant garde poetic production. The volume includes the scholarly papers delivered at Yale and is divided into the following themes: Experimentation and Its Historical Moment; Experimentation in the Language Arts; Concrete and Neo-Concrete Poetry including Memoirs of Concrete; The Yale Symphosymposium on Contemporary Poetics and Concretism - A World View from the 1990s. The Sackners were invited to attend the symposium and were noted in the preface as follows: The Symposophia benefited from the perspectives of Ruth and Marvin Sackner, professional collectors representing the most extensive and complete archive of...
Dates: 1996

Experimental - Visual - Concrete: Avant-Garde Poetry Since the 1960's / Jackson, K. David, editor ; Drucker, Johanna, editor ; Vos, Eric, editor ; Bernstein C ; Bohn W ; Cluver C ; Drucker J ; Garnier P ; Hatherly A ; Kac E ; MacLow J ; Tardos A ; deMelo e Castro EM ; Menezes P ; Minarelli E ; Perloff M ; Pignotti L ; Polkinhorn H ; Saper C ; Solt ME ; Vos E ; DeCampos H ; DeCampos A ; Sackner MA ; Sackner RK ; Sarduy S ; Gomringer E ; Higgins D ; McCaffery S ; Minarelli E ; Berry J ; Doctorovich F ; Basinski M ; Foley J ; Young K ; Walther E ; Claus CF ; Fahlstrom O ; Williams E ; Spacagna J ; Schwitters K ; Ruhm G ; Pound E ; Pignatari D ; Phillips T ; Mon F ; Marinetti FT ; Mallarme S ; Kostelanetz R ; Higgins D ; Gomringer E ; Heissenbuttel H ; Bense M ; Apollinaire G ; Balestrini N., 1996

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Identifier: CC-27838-28971
Scope and Contents This book is number 10 of Avant Garde Critical Studies and is based on the Yale Symphosophia held in April 1995 which was originally conceived to honor the Brazilian Concrete poet Haroldo de Campos on his 75th birthday. The symposium brought together over forty poets and performers and produced this volume of review and critical appraisal of an international perspective of avant garde poetic production. The volume includes the scholarly papers delivered at Yale and is divided into the following themes: Experimentation and Its Historical Moment; Experimentation in the Language Arts; Concrete and Neo-Concrete Poetry including Memoirs of Concrete; The Yale Symphosymposium on Contemporary Poetics and Concretism - A World View from the 1990s. The Sackners were invited to attend the symposium and were noted in the preface as follows: The Symposophia benefited from the perspectives of Ruth and Marvin Sackner, professional collectors representing the most extensive and complete archive of...
Dates: 1996

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