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Romoland : A Pictonovel
by Judith Palmer and Ben Stoltzfus




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ROMOLAND, a postmodern event conjoining feminist artist Judith Palmer and novelist Ben Stoltzfus, uses twenty-five art works as generative surfaces for a series of dialogues between a man and a woman.

The images and the text explore the historical subjection of women by men, their deliverance through art, and the dismantling of cultural codes. Both texts foreground the voice of the Other as it manifests itself in the traces, lines, and cracks of speech--be they visual or verbal.

The arabesques of the woman's sensibilities oppose the squares of man's authority. Her art speaks and his text sees. Together, they unveil another space between the pictures and the text--the body of bliss and equality--in a way that is ironic, comic, and playful.

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Overview

ROMOLAND, a postmodern event conjoining feminist artist Judith Palmer and novelist Ben Stoltzfus, uses twenty-five art works as generative surfaces for a series of dialogues between a man and a woman.

The images and the text explore the historical subjection of women by men, their deliverance through art, and the dismantling of cultural codes. Both texts foreground the voice of the Other as it manifests itself in the traces, lines, and cracks of speech--be they visual or verbal.

The arabesques of the woman's sensibilities oppose the squares of man's authority. Her art speaks and his text sees. Together, they unveil another space between the pictures and the text--the body of bliss and equality--in a way that is ironic, comic, and playful.



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  • ISBN-13: 9781946358127
  • ISBN-10: 1946358126
  • Publisher: 39 West Press
  • Publish Date: December 2017
  • Page Count: 104
  • Dimensions: 8 x 8 x 0.44 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.94 pounds


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