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the immeasurable fold: selected poems 2000-2015

the immeasurable fold: selected poems 2000-2015

by luke kurtis
the immeasurable fold: selected poems 2000-2015

the immeasurable fold: selected poems 2000-2015

by luke kurtis

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Overview

the immeasurable fold is an autobiographical poetry collection that explores the poet's trajectory from rural southern farm boy to life as a Greenwich Village artist. The poems recount memories of family, hurt, love, loss, joy, sadness, longing, and forgiveness all through the lens of a spiritual reckoning.

Not a typical selected-works collection, nor exclusively new work, the immeasurable fold is based upon a manuscript of poems written in early 2000 titled lazy dreams and other memories. Though the full-length manuscript remains unpublished, in 2005 kurtis included a selection of those poems (along with a few newer ones) in his debut solo exhibition, for which he used the same title. bd-studios.com published a small, limited edition exhibition catalog of those poems and photographs. Long out-of-print, those poems, additional/unpublished poems from the original manuscript, as well as new poems written in the years since-altogether spanning a decade and a half, from 2000 through 2015-have been compiled in this new collection.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780999207833
Publisher: bd-studios.com
Publication date: 04/20/2018
Pages: 134
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.36(d)

About the Author

luke kurtis is an interdisciplinary artist focusing on the intersection of visuals, text, and tech. Ideas are the root of his work, forgoing any signature style in favor of conceptually-driven aesthetics and design. He has exhibited work in galleries and alternative spaces around the country, including solo exhibitions at New York Public Library and Massillon Museum. Select books include INTERSECTION, The Language of History, Angkor Wat, and exam(i)nation, all part of an ongoing series that combines photography, writing, and design. His albums of experimental music include obscure mechanics and electronic quartets. He also makes short films, including the woods are watching and convergence, both documenting his installation art projects of the same names. His studio, bd-studios.com, publishes work both by himself and other artists and writers, and he is the co-founder of New Lit Salon Press. He lives and works in New York City's Greenwich Village. Visit luke at http://bd-studios.com.

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