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  1. says:

    This book is all just text, but feels like a mixed media piece Interchanging between visual descriptions of photographs, dialogues, journaling, diagrams of relationship vectors described in text, narration, and found text this book is structurally super avant garde and artsy in, I think, a very cool way and utilizes Lippard s unique skills at curation, as well as art and cultural criticism, to enhance the narrative There is an author s note in the back of the book discussing the found text Italicized fragments, as welll as occasional sentences and phrases, have been culled and collaged from a range of found material clipped from miscellaneous newspapers, magazines and books on oceanography, weather prediction, graphology, teenage crime, feminism, natural childbirth, palmistry, PreColumbian magic, and the horoscopes of friends Among the sources are the I Ching, The Luescher Color Test, a Kodak manual, instructions to a Tarot pack, a comic strip, The Drama Review, The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune, Harper s, the Radicalesbians Collective, Mao Tse Tsung, R.D Laing, Marshall McLuhan, Karl Kerenyi and C.G Jung, Helene Deutsch, Heinrik Ibsen, Charles Augustin Sainte Beuve, Gertrude Stein, Emmanuel Swedenborg, Dan Graham, Ben Spock, Elizabeth Bing, Alan Watts, Jorge Borges, Jack Tworkov, Hans Bellmer, Joseph Wood Crutch, Gerhard Neumann and Willard Pierson, and Latvana Greene Lippard herself has called this her weird little feminist novel On the back of the book, she s quoted as saying, I started writing and realized I was ashamed to be a woman Then I had to find out why Then I got very angry The fragmented and visual form came out of the contemporary art and the conflicting emotions of the 1960s political confrontation they suggested a new way to put things back together an open ended, female way that didn t pretend conclusions.

  2. says:

    En esta novela se tratan temas muy diversos el amor, el feminismo, la maternidad, arte, el concepto de imagen, las relaciones interpersonales y de poder, lgtb , la obsesi nTodos los temas est n muy bien llevados pero lo cierto que para mi eso es lo de menos Lo que m s me interesa es como est escrito.Lippard en esta novela nos presenta un experimento literario Son textos collage entre textos originales de la autora y otros tantos de diferentes fuentes I ching, revistas, textos cientificos Tiene atisbos de dadaismo y surrealismo, as como escritura stream of conciousness Si tuviera que definir esta novela dir a ARTE CONCEPTUAL.Al leerla tengo la sensaci n de estar leyendo una fotograf a o los fotogramas de un video Es dif cil de explicar y que suene normal Si las fotogaf s tuvieran palabras, la elecci n de palabras, la narrativa, ser a similar a la de esta novela.Otra cosa que quer a destacar es que me ha resultado tremendamente simbolista Recurre continuamente al I Ching y al Horoscopo que tienen un peso simb lico en s Sin embargo las refencias al mar, las olas y los espejos son las que me han llamado la atenci n.Seg n mi interpretaci n cada vez que habla del mar, del ceano, o del agua est hablando del paso del tiempo y la experiencia de la vida, pero tambi n me hace pensar en la libertad, en lo desconocido y en el m s all Si no me equivoco para las civilizaciones antiguas el mar era el origen de la vida y el lugar de recogimiento para la muerte.En cuanto a los espejos, me hacen pensar en el pensamiento en s , la autocomplacencia, autoconocimeinto, narcisismo humano Necesito seguir digeriendo esta novela.Sin duda la recomiendo Sobretodo por c mo est escrita Me parece un buen libro de referencia para mejorar la escritura propia.La voy a releer, sin duda.

  3. says:

    After the first few pages, I almost dropped the book as a needlessly challenging read It s experimental in sections, with written descriptions of geometric point line relationships reminiscent of a Sol LeWitt wall drawing instruction set.More than just an obtuse gimmick, Lippard even addresses the question of the varied possible experiences of reading the very visual descriptions, in one of the strangely vulnerable diary like paragraphs included among a collage of descriptions, dialogue, narration, and quotations It really works.I was delightedly surprised by how well these sections were interwoven and metaphorically balanced with the traditional parts of the novel, and with the honesty and introspection written into the character s dialogue and narration The novel smoothed out and became quite compelling, beautiful, personal, and feminist, with the experimental geometric bits contributing to a powerful reading experience.

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