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Boldt, Lindsey, 1983-
Personal prose poem in three parts. The artist takes on Goldie Hawn as her avatar in a revamp of the classic 80’s movie, looking at it as a pop archetype from poetic (and sometimes scientific) perspectives. The role of narrator switches between the voice of Boldt and Hawn, whether through correspondence with ex-boyfriends or Hawn taking revenge on San Francisco in a B-horror movie-like climax. With feminist humor, Lindsey tracks absurdity in the roles of mother, girlfriend, golden blonde heiress once spoiled by riches, then an under-water, lower-class amnesiac house-wife, and now a poet living in Oakland. Info from printedmatter.org
63 pages ; 19 x 13 cm.
Text (layout feature)Black-and-white
Artists' books--United States
artists' books (books)
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The original object was scanned as a TIFF file on an Epson Expression 10000XL flatbed scanner at approximately 4000 pixels on the long dimension.