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The Evolution of Crow: Artist as Translator. 66 art works including etchings, digital prints, photographs and collages in response to the co-translations made by Ted Hughes (and the Hungarian speaker Janos Csokits) of the poet János Pilinszky. Resulting in: exhibition The Evolution of Crow, Emory University Atlanta 2009-2010, alongside scholarly material and archival holdings (manuscripts, letters, notebooks); The Print and the Archive, exhibition and conference, Pembroke College Cambridge, 2012; The Translated Image, exhibition and conference, Pázmány University, Budapest; and forthcoming book chapter (2014).

Lookup NU author(s): Alan Turnbull

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Abstract

An exhibition of etchings and works on paper made in response to literary texts including Crow, a collection of poems by Ted Hughes, and Hughes' translations of the Hungarian poet Pilinzsky. The prints were displayed alongside specially written scholarly commentaries and archive material from the Ted Hughes Archive held at the Manuscript & Rare Books Library, Emory University.


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Artist(s): Turnbull A

Publication type: Exhibition

Publication status: Published

Year: 2010

Number of Pieces: 67

Venue: Schatten Gallery

Location: Emory University, Atlanta USA

Source Publication Date: December 2009/ January 2010

Media of Output: Portfolio


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