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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 2019 Lost in Case
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'Poetry. Women's Studies. LGBTQIA Studies. Art. "Are you feeling helpless and angry? I am. I'm having a quiet rage against the material and immaterial machine. Thank you for holding me. This book is a shard of frustration. It's a place to process emotion. Angry and curious, I recently dived into some dark online spaces that I hope one day will be lost, and documented words and phrases used about and against women. I'm working with the concept of printing itself: its terminology and actions are historically drawn from the human body. As an experimental letterpress printer, I often use words to give paper a hard time, and the audience can usually witness the marks left by my processes. In this physical book I have had to think flatter, within the restrictions of contemporary digital print processes." Caren Florance' (Publication summary)

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* Contents derived from the Melbourne, Victoria,:Cordite Press , 2019 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Introduction to Caren Florance’s Lost in Case, Angela Gardner , single work essay

'Caren Florance works in the Venn overlaps of text art, visual poetry and creative publishing. Her work is hard to pin down, principally because the artist herself is not interested in a static outcome. Much of the work appears as a flux, a process or a continuum along a moving line that often explores language and our usage of it.' (Introduction)

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • Melbourne, Victoria,: Cordite Press , 2019 .
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      • Publication date 15 September 2019
      ISBN: 9780648511618
      Series: y separately published work icon CorditeBooks : Series 3 Melbourne : Cordite Press , 2018-2019 12913973 2018 series - publisher poetry Number in series: 10

Works about this Work

Introduction to Caren Florance’s Lost in Case Angela Gardner , 2019 single work essay
— Appears in: Cordite Poetry Review , 1 November no. 93 2019; Lost in Case 2019;

'Caren Florance works in the Venn overlaps of text art, visual poetry and creative publishing. Her work is hard to pin down, principally because the artist herself is not interested in a static outcome. Much of the work appears as a flux, a process or a continuum along a moving line that often explores language and our usage of it.' (Introduction)

Introduction to Caren Florance’s Lost in Case Angela Gardner , 2019 single work essay
— Appears in: Cordite Poetry Review , 1 November no. 93 2019; Lost in Case 2019;

'Caren Florance works in the Venn overlaps of text art, visual poetry and creative publishing. Her work is hard to pin down, principally because the artist herself is not interested in a static outcome. Much of the work appears as a flux, a process or a continuum along a moving line that often explores language and our usage of it.' (Introduction)

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