The Saddest Thing Is That I Have Had to Use Words: A Madeline Gins Reader
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The Saddest Thing Is That I Have Had to Use Words: A Madeline Gins Reader

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2020年4月にアメリカで出版されたマドリン・ギンズの著作選集『The Saddest Thing Is That I Have Had to Use Words: A MADELINE GINS READER』が入荷いたしました。 マドリン・ギンズの未発表原稿やこれまで出版してきた3冊の書籍『WORD RAIN (or A Discursive Introduction to the Philosophical Investigations of G,R,E,T,A, G,A,R,B,O, It Says) 』(1967年)、『What the President Will Say and Do!! 』(1984年)、『Helen Keller or Arakawa 』(1994年)からの抜粋など、大変充実した一冊となっています。皆様ぜひ手にとってご覧ください。 --------------- 言語:英語 著者:マドリン・ギンズ 編集:LUCY IVES 発売日:2020年4月21日 A5判|328頁 出版社:Siglio Press ISBN 978-1-938221-24-8 --------------- Poet, philosopher, speculative architect and transdisciplinary artist, Madeline Gins (1941–2014) is well-known for her collaborations with her husband, the artist Arakawa, on the experimental architectural project Reversible Destiny, in which they sought to arrest mortality by transforming the built environment. Yet, her own writings—in the form of poetry, essays, experimental prose, and philosophical inquiries—represent her most visionary and transformative work. Expansive and playful, Gins’s vigorous and often ecstatic exploration of the physicality of language challenges us to sense more acutely the ways in which we can—and could—write and read. Like Gertrude Stein before her, Gins transfigures grammar and liberates words. Like her contemporaries in conceptual art, her writing is attuned to the energized, collaborative space between reader and page. She invites the reader into a field of infinite, ever-multiplying possibility. The Saddest Thing Is That I Have Had to Use Words: A Madeline Gins Reader is a revelatory anthology, edited and with an introduction by the writer and critic Lucy Ives. It brings never-before-published poems and essays together with a complete facsimile reproduction of Gins’s 1969 masterpiece, WORD RAIN (or A Discursive Introduction to the Intimate Philosophical Investigations of G,R,E,T,A, G,A,R,B,O, It Says), along with substantial excerpts from her two later books What the President Will Say and Do!! (1984) and Helen Keller or Arakawa (1994). Long out of print or unpublished, Gins’s poems and prose form a powerful corpus of experimental literature, one which is sure to upend existing narratives of American poetics at the close of the twentieth century. (出版社ホームページより)