Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Graverubber, 2.5-D & computerfree

hey- Graverubber is out in 8.5x14, unfolded, just plain big, sugar color cover. presently no pic, she's a bit 'plus' for the traditional scan. kinkos would love to help but charges $30 for the next size up from letter: 24x32. anyways, please get in touch if you'd like a singing mortograph. love b

p.s. for really the meanest rubs in the east, check out some of david baptiste-chirot's rubs at the narrow-house recordings / double-wide intrvws w/Kevinicus Thurston.

4 Comments:

Blogger Al Cohen said...

B- the book is an absolute gem - seeing it so big, the letters retain this childlike joy! The quality of the images is fantastic.

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Blogger kevin.thurston said...

shara, thanks--

bbaarreett, once again you illustrate a sense of place that few others can touch. i'm certainly not gonna try--being a poet of place isn't for me. but it is for you! incredible book.

5:13 PM  
Blogger House Press said...

thanx fr the tap boys. who's cutting cut the deck?

al, yea that last chapter w/the bigguns in a way gets the most done, it leaves space open to play around(however you do that),(like a fourlegged child). you want to pick the letters up, but unfortunately, theyre only 2.5-D.

mr.k.t., yea place was the place. stuck on place, but if it's got this weight(of place), or any acknowledged/invested in/or just plain old 'real' thing to it, it frees up the function of the work, and then the symbiosis can get weird and good. picture the rubber on the grave like a little bird on the rhino's back nipping fleas.
anyway,
b

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