Tuesday, June 2, 2015

CATALOG

The Library Catalog will be updated over time as more entries are posted on the blog.  Please see the Call for Participation if you'd like to participate with your works or recommend other works that conceptualize the Invisible. [Please note new email for contact: GalateaTEN@aol.com]

Catalog is Listed in alphabetical order by Author. Click on title for more information.  In two categories: BOOKS and OTHER MEDIA.


BOOKS

I. Books With Invisible Text & Other Invisibles:

Anonymous [re. Michael Gove]
Everything I Know About Teaching by Michael Gove
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (United Kingdom, 2013)


Bahl, Aditya
ARE poems 
(in manuscript form, Himachal Pradesh, India, 2014)


Barwin, Gary
                [Title is Blank Space]
(serif of nottingham editions, Hamilton, Ontario, 2014)


Beckett, Tom

Blank Suite 
(Minitage Press, Kent, OH / St. Helena, CA, 2014)


Betts, Gregory
THE OUGHT BOOK
(Ontario, 2013)


Blanco, Manuel
El Indio
(late 19th century)


Bloomberg-Rissman, John

Hiroshi Sugimoto: Theaters:Details (Volume 1)
(Laughing / Ough / Cube Publications, Claremont, CA, 2014)


Conley, Craig
The Carte Blanche Atlas: 75 Uncharted Territories for Off-the-Beaten-Pathfinders
(CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2007)


Danho, Julie

"Erased de Kooning"
in Six Portraits
(Slapering Hol Press at The Hudson Valley Writers’ Center, Sleepy Hollow, N.Y., 2014)


Dinnerstein, Victor

The Wit and Wisdom of Spiro T. Agnew
(Price Stern Sloan, Los Angeles, 1968)


Elia, Miriam
We Go To The Gallery
(Self-Published / a 'Harlequin Ladybird book,' London, 2014)


Goldsmith, Oliver
Essays 
(Oxford University, 1756)


Kostelanetz, Richard
Conceptual Fictions 
(Archae Editions, Ridgewood-Soho, N.Y., 2012)


Kostelanetz, Richard
Tabula Rasa: A Novel 
(Archae Editions, Ridgewood-Soho, N.Y., 1978)


Kostelanetz, Richard
Inexistences: Stories 
(Archae Editions, Ridgewood-Soho, N.Y., 1978)


Kostelanetz, Richard
Absence Captioned
(Archae Editions, Ridgewood-Soho, N.Y., 2014)


Lacuesta, Angelo R.
"Pastoral"
in VERSES TYPHOON YOLANDA: A Storm of Filipino Poets, Ed. Eileen R. Tabios
(Meritage Press, San Francisco & St. Helena, CA, 2014)


Lemonodo

Here Goes Nothing
(Creative Commons, 2014)


Lemonodo
Erased Spaced 
(Creative Commons, 2014)


Nichol, bp
A Condensed History of Nothing
(Ganglia, Toronto, 1970)


P., Michael
SON LOVE ENCYCLOPEDIA
(1/1 SitWithMoi Edition, St. Helena, CA, 2013)


Prasad, SS

O Poems 
(manuscript, Bangalore, India, 2014)


Sanders, Edward
A Variorum Edition of the Entire Extant Works ofThales! The Famous Milesian Poet, Philosopher, Physicist, Astronomer,Mathemetician, Cosmologist, Urstoff-Freak, Absent-Minded Professor & Madman 
(Fuck You Press, New York, 1964) 


Saroyan, Aram
"ly" 
in COMPLETE MINIMAL POEMS (2nd Edition), Edited by Aram Saroyan and James Hoff
(Primary Information / Ugly Duckling Presse, Brooklyn, 2014)


Xavier Serrano
Bartlebits 

(book-in-progress)


Slider, Red
"Still Life with Statue"
in Portraits (Out-of-the-Loop Press, Sacramento, CA, 2005)


Smith, Jessica

Zen 
(Lulu eBook, 2009)


Tabios, Eileen R.
A BLURB PROJECT: The Secret Lives of Blank Lines
in THE SECRET LIVES OF PUNCTUATIONS, VOL. I
(xPress(ed), Espoo, Finland, 2006)


Tabios, Eileen R.
"Footnote Poems" 
in I TAKE THEE, ENGLISH, FOR MY BELOVED
(Marsh Hawk Press, New York, 2005)


Tabios, Eileen R.
THE CHATELAINE'S BLURBED BOOK PROJECT
(2005-Present)


Tabios, Eileen R.
LET'S TALK ABOUT YOU. WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT ME?
(Self-published, 2012.  Out of print.)
LET'S REALLY TALK ABOUT YOU.  WHAT DO YOU REALLY THINK ABOUT ME?
(Books Expanded, St. Helena, CA, 2014)


Tabios, E.R.
THE SECRET
(1/1 SitWithMoi Edition, St. Helena, CA, 2013)


Elisabeth Tonnard
The Invisible Book 
(Self-published, Leerdam, 2012)


Valoch, Jíří 
(Brno, 1970)


Villa, Jose Garcia
"The Emperor's New Sonnet"
in SELECTED POEMS AND NEW
(McDowell, Obolensky, New York, 1942-1958 and Bookmark, Inc., Manila, 1993)


Waber, Dan
Book of I
(logolalia, Lancaster, PA and Hong Kong, 2013)


Waber, Dan
The U.S. National Debt
(logolalia, Lancaster, PA and Hong Kong, 2013)


II. Books About Books With Invisible Text & Other Invisibles:

Dworkin, Craig
No Medium 
(The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2013)




OTHER MEDIA

Anonymous
De tribus impostoribus, book review of  Georges Minois, The Atheist's Bible: The Most Dangerous Book That Never Existed (Lys Ann Weiss, translator). Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2012  

Cage, John
4'33", composition

Catedral, Emmy
"variations of resistance," a mixed-media installation

Cégeste, Jacques
Poems in Nudisme, poems

Friedman, Tom
"1,000 Hours of Staring," sculpture

Friedman, Tom
"Untitled (A Curse)," space/sculpture

Glass, Jesse
My Sculpture, sculpture

Goodland, Giles
"Nothing", a poem

Johnson, Halvard
Comment, a blog comment
(Bibliotheca Invisibilis Blog, 2014)

Koppany, Marton

Kostelanetz, Richard
Commissioner of Baseball for the British Isles, a nomination 

Montfort, Nick and Strickland, Stephanie
Sea and Spar Between, poetry generator

Motti, Gianni
"Magic Ink" (1989), drawings

Paik, Nam June
"Zen for Film," film

Powhida, William
"Overculture," (2014) installation

Xavier Serrano
Zswounderground, blog 

Virgil, Erin
"Soul Piece," essay

Warhol, Andy
"Invisible Scullpture" (1985), sculpture










MANUEL BLANCO

El Indio
(late 19th century)

A Project Description by Angelo Suarez
Philippine literary history is not w/o its share of telling silences. Literary historian Resil Mojares writes of the Augustinian botanist Manuel Blanco, a Spanish friar credited w/ having penned Flora de Filipinas, segun el sistema sexual de Linneo (“Flowers of the Philippines, according to thesexual system of Linnaeus”) in 1837, who “was tasked by his order to write atreatise on the character of the Philippine native (indio). The friar secluded himself in a monastery and admonished his confreres that the book he was working on should be opened only after his death. When he died years later, the friars eagerly opened the magnum opus on which their brother had long labored, only to find that the book contained nothing but blank pages.” The book is said to be thick, held together by a cover made of vellum that bore its title, El Indio. Its blankness—reinforced no less by author’s surname, Blanco—cld be read as a testament to either the unknowability of a people or their lack of merit to be even known, or even aseither the diligent friar’s refusal to reduce a people into an object of theimperial gaze or the outcome of anthropological incompetence borne of eccentricity. This interpretive indeterminacy, however, veils the possibility of reading the substrate that is the paper itself—such that an equivalency between the indio & the aggregate of sheets is posited, & that conquest is presented not so much as inscription onto the ‘native’ page but the very framing of the sheets as native: the indio is itself an imperial fantasy, a discursive composition.


A Paper in Kritika (Ateneo University, Philippines)
"Manuel Blanco's El Indio and the History of a Rumor"
By Resil B. Mojares