Indivisible

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[2011]
[Tuscaloosa, Alabama] : University of Alabama ; Havana, Cuba : Taller Experimental de Gráfica

Concrete poetry. Each poem is handwritten in Spanish and English; the shapes assumed by the text vary in some cases between the two language versions.

Includes two folded leaves forming a double-page fold-out at center.

In unattached paper wrapper.

"Indivisible is a collaborative effort between the University of Alabama, the Taller Experimental de Gráfica, and poet Hank Lazer. The artwork was created by the Cuban artists César Peña Peralta and Daniel Alberto Rodriguez. Hank Lazer, Dr. Michael Schnepf, and Ally Nevarez translated the original text from English into Spanish, and it is presented in the poet's hand. Professor Anna Embree, Professor Steve Miller, and students Lauren Faulkenberry, Kerri Harding, Ally Nevarez, and Sara Parkel of the MFA in the Book Arts Program are responsible for the design, bookbinding, and letterpress printing. Special thanks are given to the School of Library and Information Studies, the College of Communication and Information Sciences, and the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Alabama. Printed and bound in an edition of 65 copies during the spring of 2011 in Tuscaloosa and Havana, Cuba"--Colophon.

Title

Indivisible

Creator

Publisher

[Tuscaloosa, Alabama] : University of Alabama ; Havana, Cuba : Taller Experimental de Gráfica

Date

[2011]

Description

Concrete poetry. Each poem is handwritten in Spanish and English; the shapes assumed by the text vary in some cases between the two language versions.

Includes two folded leaves forming a double-page fold-out at center.

In unattached paper wrapper.

"Indivisible is a collaborative effort between the University of Alabama, the Taller Experimental de Gráfica, and poet Hank Lazer. The artwork was created by the Cuban artists César Peña Peralta and Daniel Alberto Rodriguez. Hank Lazer, Dr. Michael Schnepf, and Ally Nevarez translated the original text from English into Spanish, and it is presented in the poet's hand. Professor Anna Embree, Professor Steve Miller, and students Lauren Faulkenberry, Kerri Harding, Ally Nevarez, and Sara Parkel of the MFA in the Book Arts Program are responsible for the design, bookbinding, and letterpress printing. Special thanks are given to the School of Library and Information Studies, the College of Communication and Information Sciences, and the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Alabama. Printed and bound in an edition of 65 copies during the spring of 2011 in Tuscaloosa and Havana, Cuba"--Colophon.

Language

English
Spanish

Rights

Copyright; Licensed to Vanderbilt University courtesy of the artist

Format

24 unnumbered pages : illustrations (some color)

Source

Vanderbilt University Special Collections, Southern Civilization Collection

Files

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H-Lazer_Indivisible.jpg

Citation

Lazer, Hank, “Indivisible,” Gallery, accessed November 15, 2019, https://gallery.library.vanderbilt.edu/items/show/1215.