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Natalie Czech
A poem by Repetition by Robert Creeley #2, 2013

The works by Natalie Czech oscillate between concrete poetry and conceptual photography. She develops her poems in the reading of photographed text objects with markings and deletions, and through the interaction of repetition and variation. The relationship between image and text, poetry and visual art is essential to her work. Natalie Czech’s work A poem by Repetition by Robert Creeley combines the aspects of object photography with the reminiscence of a pictorial ‘All Over’. The inlay of the disc “Pleasant Dreams” (1981) by the Ramones can be seen. Each photograph shows two different sides of the original inlay. As a result, the minimalist arrangement of the original inlay corresponds with the musical style of the Ramones, who were the first punk rock band to reduce their compositions to four chords, catchy melodies and minimal song texts. The acoustic and verbal repetition of striking contents was able to have a surprisingly profound effect – an effect which can also be seen in the visualization of the poem by Robert Creeley: “Simple things / one wants to say / like, what’s the day / like, out there – / who am I / and where.”

Natalie Czech

* 1976 Neuss, D
Lives and works in Berlin, D
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Natalie Czech
A poem by repetition by Robert Creeley #3, 2013
2 C-Prints
Natalie Czech
A poem by Repetition by Gertrude Stein, 2013
Pen (lightfast) on 2 Color-Prints, 2 frames, museum glass, Ed. 1/5 + 2 AP

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