The Stand-In A Boolean Picture Book – Book 1

The Stand-In A Boolean Picture Book  Book 1, Dave F. Farbrook/Carl Fernbach-Flarsheim

Author: David F. Farbrook
Published: Dave My Site Dot Com
Contributions By:
Sid Sachs, Director of Exhibitions, head curator at Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery and now Philadelphia Art Alliance at University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA
Arie Alexander Galles, Professor Emeritus of Painting/Drawing and Artist in Residence at Soka University of America, Aliso Viejo, CA
Joseph A. Farbrook, University of Arizona, iSchool of Art, Associate Professor of Art

Carl Fernbach-Flarsheim was intensely involved in international concrete poetry and intermedia for a decade that began in the late 1950s notably with influences from the New Bauhaus School of Design in Chicago, and continued through the early 1970s. His exchanges with John Cage, Ian Hamilton Findlay, Dick Higgins, Jackson MacLow, Mary Ellen Solts, and others proved his many vanguard interactions. Poet/artist, and teacher, Fernbach-Flarsheim’s contributions included curating significant exhibitions, including the first major Concrete Poetry exhibition in North America. His contributions continued for a decade, and his work is represented in many anthologies of the period.