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[BKARTS] WOID #VII-22. There goes the neighborhood



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Today (Fri 3/29/2002, E35)'s New York Times carries an ecstatic screed
for "the magic charge that art and language in unison can generate."
The Time's art critic Holland Cotter goes on to cite "a vital,
multidisciplinary artist's book culture," in addition to rock, poetry,
performance art and Web art, and concludes by hoping the Museum of
Modern Art "will do something to sustain this embracing, multitasking
cultural spirit."

Yeah, yeah. Back to work.

Paul T Werner, New York
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WOID: A journal of visual language

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