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concrete poetry

n.
Poetry that visually conveys the poet's meaning through the graphic arrangement of letters, words, or symbols on the page.

concrete poetry

n
(Poetry) poetry in which the visual form of the poem is used to convey meaning

con′crete po′etry


n.
poetry in which effects are created by the spatial arrangement of words in patterns and shapes in print.
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This group exhibition considers performance art and its traces--be that in concrete poetry, dance, choreography, or theatre--and how this once underground mode has entered the mainstream.
EARLIER INNOVATIONS in poetry, such as futurism, dadaism, and concrete poetry, were interdisciplinary and international--containing the prefix inter-, meaning between, among, in the midst.
The building will be of concrete poetry and the project will be implemented Welcome House project and P1 puhtausluokkanana.
The resulting works are pages of a book transformed into drawings transformed into concrete poetry.
Within the context of Krcek's work, it is necessary to highlight his fruitful collaboration with the somewhat overlooked experimental man of letters and creator of concrete poetry Zdenek Barborka (1938-1994) on The Prostitute Raab.
During Bunkers, Brutalism, Bloodymindedness: Concrete Poetry, he said demolishing unloved buildings which were stark and unforgiving in appearance, such as the Trinity Square car park, had been a "quick fix" for councils.
In the 1960s, he began experimenting with concrete poetry -- in which the typographical arrangement of the words is as crucial to conveying meaning as the words themselves.
The concrete poetry movement of the 1950s and 60s is notable for having unfolded in exactly the way international literary movements are not supposed to.
She began her career writing concrete poetry and making photographs, films and videos.
The book in general, and the concrete poetry of Houedard in particular, formed an alternative set of references for several of us studying graphics at art school in the early 1980s.
In between there are workshops on topics ranging from concrete poetry, to personification, to different cultures and voices.
Poetry, Antin argues, has little to do with formal concerns, rather it describes thinking through language in all art, "prose is a kind of Concrete poetry with justified margins.