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  1. Judith Copithorne, Eye Alphabet, 1962
  2. Judith Copithorne, Fingers, 1964
  3. Judith Copithorne, Blur
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Item Details

Title: Judith Copithorne's sketchbook

Artist: Judith Copithorne

Date: [1964]

Format: Drawing

Size: 21.60 × 29.60 cm

More Information: Judith Copithorne was a poet who danced in Helen Goodwin’s early Sound Gallery productions, and an early practitioner of concrete poetry and asemic writing. These images from her sketchbook are Eye Alphabet,1964; Fingers, 1963, and Blur, 1964.

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