The Pipe: Recent Czech Concrete Poetry. (Ed. bpNichol and Jiri Valoch)

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The Pipe: Recent Czech Concrete Poetry. Ed. bpNichol and Jiri Valoch. Toronto: Ganglia Press, 1973.

Published as gRoNK series 6, numbers 6&7. Printed at Coach House Press in an edition of 750.

Authors/artists include

Karel Trinkewitz, "poem-object", "text", "poem-object", "poem-object"
Jiri Valock, "hommage to stockhausen" (1967), "textfragment" (1970), "poem score (random text 1970)", "typewriter poem (1965), "found concrete poem (1970)
Jan Wojnar, "processual poem" (1970), "processual poem" (1970), "processual poem" (1970)
Karel Milota & Jaroslav Koch, "a question and its romantic parasits"
Ladislav Nebesky, "number poem", "number poem"
Ludvik Feller, Untitled, Untitled
Karel Adamus, "four variations of poem" (1970)
Jaroslav Malina, "three photopoems"
Jiri Valoch, "air (landpoem - 1970)"
Josef Honys, "poem", "knight-text"



All of these artists live and work in Czechoslovakia,
except Ludwig Feller, a resident of West Germany.

Made in Canadadaland


About The Pipe: Recent Czech Concrete Poetry. (Ed. bpNichol and Jiri Valoch)

Known Dates

Publication Date: 1973

Known Contributors



Genres: Catalogue

Tags: concrete poetry; grOnk; Ganglia

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