“People are the same all over, cut”

Vanessa Place & Robert Fitterman – Notes On Conceptualisms: eastcoast/westcoast (2009)

“…The conversation is more presence by its absence…. the fact that the book is not being talked about leads me very much to suspect that its all anyone is talking about…”

Vanessa Place & Robert Fitterman – Notes On Conceptualisms: eastcoast/westcoast (2009)

Vanessa Place & Robert Fitterman
with Kim Rosenfield
filmed by Coco
edited by Fred Barney Taylor

In the DIY video, Place and Fitterman pirate the original eastcoast/westcoast by Robert Smithson and Nancy Holt to ponder the coastal reception of their book “Notes on Conceptualisms.”

Robert Fitterman is the author of 11 books of poetry–he lives in NYC.
Vanessa Place is a writer and a lawyer. She lives in LA.

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2 thoughts on ““People are the same all over, cut”

  1. HAHAHA I'm impressed they kept from laughing for so long. This was great! "the allegory of allegory, if I can say that" God this was so great.

    PS – the video runs off the screen, I had to do some hacking to see it correctly. You might want to embed a smaller version.

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