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There is 1 comment on Seeing Double: Poetic Sculpture with Human Narratives

  1. I have often pondered the link between poetry and sculpture, not least in my own work. It is interesting we speak of a “volume” of poetry, whereas three-dimensional form implies just that. In addition, sculpture can tease out poetic inferences and speaks a language that I personally feel painting and other two dimensional plastic arts cannot reproduce. Perhaps this is because sculpture points to something beyond itself in a way a poem does.

    Just as an aside, there is an article in this week’s New Yorker entitled “Painters, Poets. and the Tibor de Nagy Gallery” (Peter Schjeldahl, p. 80) which discuses multimedia collaborations between painters and poets and also the crosstalk between the two of them.

    All the best,

    Philippe Bloch
    Sargent College

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