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Norte Maar, Pin the Tail on the Tiger, Bob Holman, Jessica Weiss, Brooklyn, poetry, collaboration

Norte Maar is please to announce our thirteen’s poet/artist collaborative publication! Pin the Tail on the Tiger includes 12 poems by Bob “The Dean of the Scene” Holman and art by Jessica Weiss. This publication joins the list of limited edition publications by Norte Maar.

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literary, publications, Norte Maar, Luhring Augustine, Bushwick, Brooklyn, poet, writers, Dara Mandle, Brece Honeycutt, John Talbird, Leslie Kerby

Continuing its dedication to the literary arts, Norte Maar is please to announce the publication of two new literary volumes feature the collaboration between writers and visual artists. A Modicum of Mankind: new short stories by John Talbird with illustrations by Leslie Kerby. and Tobacco Hour: collaboration between poet Dara Mandle and artist Brece Honeycutt. A reading and book signing will be held at Luhring Augustine Bushwick (25 Kinckerbocker Avenue, Bushwick) on Sunday, April 19 at 4pm. Seated is first come basis. On view at Luhring Augustine: Philip Taaffe, new paintings.

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In conjunction with her one-person exhibition Concrete Sound, Audra Wolowiec collaborated with the writer and poet Christine Shan Shan Hou to create a publication that acts as an extension of the installation. The publication, based on email exchanges of images and text between Wolowiec and Hou over a one-month period, is a dialogic experiment that unfolds the poetics of responding. A reading from the publication was held at Norte Maar on Friday, November 17.

“Do we want concrete?” writes Hou in the introduction to the collaborative publication, “As if uncertainty looms unconventionally like a black skirt in the corner. Sound waves its left hand amongst tremors. The women in search of an echo may unhook themselves from the mirror. Attention can drop through or hearing. Senses like alert chimneys without instruction. Can personal history be detached from the body?”

Christine Shan Shan Hou reads from Concrete Sound:

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