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Fierens, Luce, 1961-

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Found in 131 Collections and/or Records:

This is Visual Poetry. No.54/Aug / Luc Fierens., 2010

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Identifier: CC-52052-73154
Scope and Contents On the back cover and internet, it is stated that Luc Fierens (www.vansebroeck.be) was born 1961 in Mechelen (BE). He's "an active mail-artist since 1984, when he began delivering his distinctive flavor of poesia-visiva-inspired visual poetry to individuals, exhibitions, and archives around the planet. His method of production is collage, a particular brand of verbo-visual collage that makes it points by abrupt collocations of disparate fragments of image and word." (Geof Huth 2007). Recent publications include contributions to anthologies: Zieteratuur (Uitgeverij Passage, Groningen, 2010), Ein Alphabet der Visuellen Poesie (edition ch, Wien, 2010) and Poeti D'Europa (Fondazione Sarenco, Italy 2009). "Luc Fierens is a master of the narrative and discursive serial collage poem." (Jim Leftwich 2005) Luc says: "This series is a critique on the position of women's beauty in society : past, present & future. These layers make connections between image/word. My language of bodies...
Dates: 2010

Tre Poeti d'Europa / Calleja, J.M. ; Clavin, Hans ; Fierens, Luc., 2004

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Identifier: CC-45763-47972
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This catalogue consists of photographic reproductions of collages exhibited at the gallery. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2004

Visual Poetry Collaboration. No.16 / Reed Altemus ; Annina Van Sebroeck ; Luc Fierens., 2002

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Identifier: CC-39789-41752
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Stored in Reed Altemus portfolio box. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2002

Visual Poetry Collaboration. No.17 / Reed Altemus ; Luc Fierens., 2002

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Identifier: CC-39790-41753
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Stored in Reed Altemus portfolio box. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2002

Visual Poetry: Mail Art Project / Luc Fierens, curator ; Matsumoto A ; deAraujo A ; Restrepo T ; Rose M ; Adasme ; Galdamez J ; Paz H ; Altemus R ; Pontes H ; Kostelanetz R ; Marlowe W ; Todorovic M ; spence p ; Nakamura K ; Perkins S ; Pittore-Eurifico C ; Izumi N ; Ebel G ; Padin C ; Vleeskens C ; Stetser C ; Boschi A ; Bulatov D ; Chirot D ; Bentivoglio M ; Bennett JM ; Ferrando B ; Calleja JM ; Basinski M ; Garnier P ; Nikonova R ; Rabascall J ; Aguiar F ; Gappmayr H ; Pelati L ; Dencker KP ; DeVree F ; Sarenco ; Blaine J ; Castellin P ; Warnke U., 2002

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Identifier: CC-54934-990349
Scope and Contents Klaus Peter Dencker contributes an essay, From Concrete to Visual Poetry with a Glance into th Electronic Future: Since the 1960s I have established myself in the middle ground between literature, visual art, and film, practically and theoretically; what has been especially exciting has been investigating the origin and history of these border zones. Thus, beginning with the origins of writing, the picture alphabets, we have examples of the mixing of image &nd text from the Greek magical papyri to the early figure poems of the Greek bucolic poets, Porfiry's Latin gris poems, the variants of the successors to the Carolingean Renaissance, the Baroque text figures, the scrolls of the sixteenth century and their predecessors up to the free text-pictures of the turn of the century somewhat as in Mallarme and Apollinaire, which the experiments of the futurists and dadaists followed, continued, and expanded, to entirely unique forms brought through by the artists of concrete and...
Dates: 2002

Visual Writing / Fierens, Luc, editor ; Tillier T ; Todorovic M ; Segay S ; Altemus R ; Boschi A ; Calleja JM ; Basinski M ; Padin C ; Warnke U ; Olbrich JO ; VanSebroeck A ; Sarenco ; Dencker KP ; Blaine J ; Nikonova R ; Laszlo JN ; Nakamura K ; Gordon C ; Leftwich J ; Held Jjr ; Gaglione B ; Bennett JM ; Sonnenfeld M ; Priddle R., 2004

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Identifier: CC-43594-45672
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Each participant in this mail art project was given a photograph of the same young woman with the lower half of her face concealed by a mask. They were free to modify it but could not remove the mask. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2004