San Francisco: The Nova Broadcast Press, 1971. Softcover 8vo in pictorial wrappers printed in black and white on brown paper throughout. Unpaginated (ca. 94 pp.)
An artists’ book that begins with Kriwet’s essay titled ‘Decomposition of the literary unit: notes on visually perceptible literature’, which explores the history and nature of language as it relates to writing and communication. Illustrated with historical contributions by Guillaume Apollinaire, Stéphane Mallarmé, Jost Aamann, Hugo Ball, Filippo Marinetti, Raymond Hains, Franz Mon, and Iliazd among others, and of course, by Kriwet himself who punctuates his essay with a large series of concrete and visual poems, including several from the Rundschreiben series. With the last few spreads promoting other publications by The Nova Broadcast Press.
Trace amounts of wear along extremities and spine, else near fine. Item #478
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