Blender Tablet [concrete]
- Damaris Spohn
Schooled in the poetic arts by ninjas of the Black Mountain College, Ms. Spohn has been crafting poetry, art, and abstract writing for over 20 years. Some of her earlier works, such as the series of randomly dual-coloured 35 foot by 42 foot posters that displayed the word “bAUMb” in 3 inch letters, echoed the avant-garde style of Andrew Warhola or Yoko Ono circa Fluxus. She gained national exposure in 1995 when she plastered 38 bright orange four foot by four foot posters with the words “Wet Paint” on the steps of the city hall building in Trenton, NJ. Recently she has taken the concrete poetique style to heart and created a series of concrete sculptures (some twenty three feet high) using her concrete poetique work.