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  1. A Poetry Machine at the S.F. Museum, The San Francisco Chronicle, October 30, 1963
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Title: A Poetry Machine at the S.F. Museum, The San Francisco Chronicle, October 30, 1963

Artist: Gerd Stern

Date: October 30, 1963

Format: Ephemera [clipping]

Location: Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, UBC

Fonds: Belkin, 1961 - 63 13.2 - 14.1

Publisher: The San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco

Size: 13.20 × 32.60 cm

More Information: A review of an exhibition of work by interdisciplinary artist Gerd Stern. Stern participated in the 1965 Festival of Contemporary Arts in Vancouver. He was influenced by and in contact with Marshall McLuhan and came to the attention of Alvin Balkind, who invited him to the festival. Stern’s work embodies the interdisciplinarian spirit the festival hoped to encourage. Collection of the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery Archives, Belkin Art Gallery Fond, 13.2-14.1.

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