Archivi tag: Bill DiMichele

“the last vispo anthology” (fantagraphics, 2012), edited by nico vassilakis and crag hill: freely downloadable at archive.org

The Last Vispo Anthology (1998-2008) is here (since April, 21st):

and also here:

LAST VISPO

INDEX OF POETS:
Andrew Abbott, Fernando Aguiar, Sonja Ahlers, Charles Alexander, Reed Altemus, mIEKAL aND, Bruce Andrews, Dirk Rowntree, Jim Andrews, Hartmut Andryczuk, Marcia Arrieta, Dmitry Babenko, Petra Backonja, Gary Barwin, Michael Basinski, Guy R Beining, Derek Beaulieu, Marc Bell, Jason McLean, C Merhl Bennett, John M Bennett, Carla Bertola, Julien Blaine, Jaap Blonk, Christian Bök, Daniel f. Bradley, Nancy Burr, John Byrum, J. M. Calleja, Mike Cannell, David Baptiste Chirot, Peter Ciccariello, Jo Cook, Judith Copithorne, Holly Crawford, Maria Damon, Klaus Peter Dencker, Brian Dettmer, Fabio Doctorovich, Bill DiMichele, Johanna Drucker, Amanda Earl, Shayne Ehman, endwar, K. S. Ernst, Eva O Ettel, Greg Evason, Oded Ezer, Jesse Ferguson, Cesar Figueirdo, Luc Fierens, Peter Frank, Tim Gaze, Angela Genusa, Marco Giovenale, Jesse Glass, Robert Grenier, Bob Grumman, Ladislao Pablo Györi, Sharon Harris, Scott Helmes, Crag Hill, Bill Howe, Geof Huth, Serkan Isin, Gareth Jenkins, Michael Jacobson, Miguel Jimenez, Karl Jirgens, Alexander Jorgensen, Chris Joseph, Despina Kannaourou, Andreas Kahre, Satu Kaikkonen, Karl Kempton, Joseph Keppler, Roberto Keppler, Jukka-Pekka Kervinen, Anatol Knotek, Márton Koppány, Richard Kostelanetz, Gyorgy Kostritski, Dirk Krecker, Edward Kulemin, Paul Lambert, Jim Leftwich, The Lions, Joel Lipman, Sveta Litvak, Troy Lloyd, damian lopes, Carlos M Luis, Donato Mancini, Chris Mann, Bill Marsh, Kaz Maslanka, Robert Mittenthal, Gustave Morin, Sheila Murphy, Keiichi Nakamura, Stephen Nelson, Marko Niemi, Rea Nikonova, Juergen O. Olbrich, Christopher Olson, David Ostrem, mARK oWEns, Clemente Padin, Michael Peters, Nick Piombino, Hugo Pontes, Ross Priddle, e. k. rzepka, Marilyn R. Rosenberg, Jenny Sampirisi, Suzan Sari, R Saunders, Michael V. Smith, David Ellingsen, Serge Segay, Spencer Selby, Douglas Spangle, Litsa Spathi, Pete Spence, Matina L. Stamatakis, Carol Stetser, Ficus Strangulensis, W. Mark Sutherland, Thomas Lowe Taylor, Miroljub Todorovic, Andrew Topel, Cecil Touchon, Aysegul Tozeren, e. g. vajda, Nico Vassilakis, John Vieira, Stephen Vincent, Alberto Vitacchio, Cornelis Vleeskens, Derya Vural, Ted Warnell, Irving Weiss, Helen White, Tim Willette, Reid Wood, James Yeary, Karl Young, Mark Young

re-issue of ‘tip of the knife’

Re-issue of Tip of the Knife: https://tipoftheknife.blogspot.com/2020/07/tip-of-knife-final-issue-35-tribute-to.html


On the 3rd year anniversary on August 4th of Bill DiMichele‘s passing, a special and final issue of Tip of the Knife celebrating the Visual Poetry of Bill has been re-issued. This issue includes a curated selection from some of Bill’s numerous series and references to other art and music. It was very difficult for Will and me to choose the work to publish since his body of work is so extensive and diverse. Thanks again to Crag Hill for adding some work from Score (Visual Poetry magazine from the 80s that Crag, Laurie Schneider and Bill co-edited), Burnhole (Bill’s poetry from the 90s) and a multi-media afterward by Crag with some help from Will (production and guitar).

Thanks to Crag for all of his help and for being such a good friend. And thanks to all of the artists who have contributed to TOK over the years. We appreciate your contribution to the success of TOK.

Bill is missed by all who knew him as a friend and fellow artist. He is dearly missed by Will and me as a wonderful father and husband.

Julie DiMichele

visual poetry on the page: from jan. 8th online

Visual Poetry on the Page: With, Within, and Without the Word, An Exhibit at MainSite Contemporary Art Gallery
Virtual opening: Friday, January 8 at 6:00 p.m. CST
Open to in-person viewing at MainSite Contemporary Art Gallery beginning on Wednesday, January 13 and continuing through Saturday, February 13, 2021.
Hours: 10am-4pm Wednesday through Saturday

A few works are already up on MainSite’s online gallery: https://www.mainsitecontemporaryart.com/visual-poetry-on-the-page/6nlc4jd90g6n3g4fjg4iqkr8e6v4km

Visual Poetry on the Page: With, Within, and Without the Word explores a movement that asks viewers to read the works as visual art. Unlike concrete, written poems, a visual poem “typically includes many other elements than alphabetic text,” including any number of mediums or artist manipulation, including painting, photos, digital manipulation or any other means to “obliterate the boundary between visual arts and literature.” “Visual poetry is what we can see,” organizer Crag Hill said in his curator statement. “It can be what we see when we see within, behind, and beyond words, when we see through parts of words, through and with letters, parts of letters, the ineffable marks we make on and in spaces we inhabit and aspire to live with and for.” Continua a leggere

“tip of the knife”, final issue, #35: tribute to bill dimichele

A special and final issue of Tip of the Knife celebrating the Visual Poetry
of Bill DiMichele, editor of TOK for 10 years


On the one year anniversary on August 4th of Bill DiMichele’s passing, a special and final issue of Tip of the Knife celebrating the Visual Poetry
of Bill has been published.
This issue includes a curated selection from some of Bill’s numerous series. It was very difficult for Will and me to choose the work to publish since his body of work is so extensive and perse. Thanks to Crag Hill for adding some work from Score (Visual Poetry mag from the 80s that Crag, Laurie Schneider and Bill co-edited) and Burnhole (Bill’s poetry from the 90s).

Look forward to a re-release of this last issue, which will include a multi-media afterward by Crag with some help from Will (production and guitar). Thanks to Crag for all of his help and for being such a good friend. And thanks to all of the artists who have contributed to TOK over the years. We appreciate your contribution to the success of TOK.

Bill is missed by all who knew him as a friend and fellow artist. He is dearly missed by Will and me as a wonderful father and husband.

Julie DiMichele

http://tipoftheknife.blogspot.com/2020/07/tip-of-knife-final-issue-35-tribute-to.html

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an article (and images) from an exhibit of bill dimichele’s works –in februrary

https://www.danvillesanramon.com/blogs/p/2020/02/25/the-art-of-bill-dimichelecross-section-of-a-moment

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10th anniversary – best of “tip of the knife”, issue 34

“The 10th Anniversary and next to the last issue of Tip of the Knife has been published including an introduction by Crag Hill. Unfortunately, we couldn’t pick one piece from every artist for this limited issue, but please know that all pieces are worthy or else Bill would not have selected them to be in the original issues. So thanks to all of the talented artists that helped to make this and all of the previous issues over the past ten years so special”.

https://tipoftheknife.blogspot.com/2020/05/10th-anniversary-best-of-tip-of-knife.html

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issue #12 of “experiment-o” is now on line

Experiment-O 12 is now out, it’s dedicated to bill dimichele, outlier and artist, who died in August, 2019.
bill was a friend of AngelHousePress and a contributor to Experiment-O.

check it out:
http://experiment-o.com/
&
http://experiment-o.com/issues/issue12.pdf

The issue features Mario José Cervantes, Conyer Clayton, C-M. Frank, Sneha Subramanian Kanta, Billy Mavreas,  Concetta Principe, Rasiqra Revulva, Sabine Remy, Claude Smith, Catherine Vidler.

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honoring bill dimichele

tip of the knife, issue #30

Tip of the Knife, Issue 30 has been published. This issue is devoted to handmade art work.

Tip of the Knife, Issue 30 http://tipoftheknife.blogspot.com/2018/06/tip-of-knife-issue-30.html

Special section on Crag Hill’s work, with a great introduction by Bill DiMichele

issue #48 of “otoliths” is now on line

Rounding out the twelth year of its existence, issue forty-eight, the southern summer, 2018, issue of Otoliths has just gone live, featuring

Sheila E. Murphy, Douglas Barbour, Texas Fontanella, John M. Bennett, Diane Keys, Baron Geraldo, Mark Cunningham, Alyssa Trivett, Bill DiMichele, Jim Meirose, Guy R. Beining, Kyle Hemmings, Seth Howard, Anatoly Kudryavitsky, Cecelia Chapman, Jim Leftwich, Steve Dalachinsky, Magdalena Ball, Sanjeev Sethi, Lynn Strongin, AG Davis, David Lander, Lawrence Upton, Raymond Farr, Trivarna Hariharan, Clara B. Jones, Jill Chan, Drew B. David, Jon Cone, Philip Byron Oakes, Karri Kokko, David Rushmer, Andrew Brenza, Marcello Diotallevi, Kathryn Hummel, Federico Federici, Mark Pirie, Diana Magallón, Laurent Grison, Jack Galmitz, Marilyn R. Rosenberg, Sacha Archer, Justin Sheen, Felino A. Soriano, David Baptiste Chirot, Alice Savona, Thriveni C. Mysore, Howie Good, Thomas M. Cassidy, Brandon Roy, Brandstifter, Rich Murphy, hiromi suzuki, gobscure, Joel Chace, Volodymyr Bilyk, Olivier Schopfer, Brendan Slater, Joe Balaz, John Levy, Tom Beckett, Lakey Comess, Clay Thistleton, Anne-Marie Jeanjean, Poornima Laxmeshwar, Penelope Weiss, Carey Scott Wilkerson, Thomas Fink, Maya D. Mason, M.J. Iuppa, Ivan Klein, mary c fogg, Tony Beyer, Jeff Bagato, Charles Wilkinson, J. Paul Dutterer, Jessie Janashek, Jeff Harrison, Louise Landes Levi, Joseph Salvatore Aversano, Mary Kasimor, Karen Greenbaum-Maya, Michael O’Brien, Linda M. Walker, Keith Nunes, Jesse Glass, Andrew Topel, Cheryl Penn, Richard Kostelanetz, Edward Kulemin, Karl Kempton, Ryan Scott, Emma Burgess, Katrinka Moore, Timothy Pilgrim, Marilyn Stablein, Seth Copeland, Vassilis Zambaras, Bob Heman, Brooks Lampe, Anwer Ghani, Chris Brown, J. D. Nelson, Jacqueline M. Pérez, Michael Brandonisio, Paul T. Lambert, David Kjellin and Continua a leggere

“tip of the knife”, issue #27

CONTRIBUTORS
David Felix
Diana Magallon/Jeff Crouch
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Jim Leftwich
Joel Chace
Nico Vassilakis
Bill DiMichele

tip of the knife, issue #22

CONTRIBUTORS
Crag Hill Reviewing ?
Geof Huth Reviewing Troy Lloyd
Nico Vassilakis Reviewing Anneke Baeten
Bill DiMichele Reviewing Marilyn R. Rosenberg
Bobbi Lurie Reviewing Mark Young
Joel Chace Reviewing Hank Lazer
Karl Kempton Reviewing Before Concrete From Early 1900s
 
 

“tip of the knife”, issue #18

totk

http://tipoftheknife.blogspot.co.uk/2014/12/tip-of-knife-issue-18.html

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“tip of the knife”, issue 17

Tip of the Knife 17 is now available for viewing.  Contributors include: Alexander Limarev, Amanda Earl, Barry Alpert, David Chirot, Karl Kempton, Sheila Murphy and Julie DiMichele.
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“tip of the knife”, issue #15

Issue 15 of “Tip of the Knife” is out. Contributors include Mark Young, Amanda Earl, Bobbie Lurie, Alexander Limarev, Guy R. Beining, bruno neiva, and Bill DiMichele.

http://tipoftheknife.blogspot.com/2014/01/tip-of-knife-issue-15.html