"Spatola had been publishing poetry magazines and chapbooks since the early 1960s in Bologna and Milan. In 1968, with brothers Maurizio and Tiziano, he founded Geiger, a publishing house dedicated to avantgarde writing (see here). After the death of Spatola, 3ViTre publisher Enzo Minarelli took over the magazine and published new issues well into the mid-1990s." Continuo: Baobab issue #1, in: continuo.wordpress.com, 2012
"By December 1982 a total of 15 cassettes – all 60 minutes with one exception – had been made within the framework of the V.E.C. audio exchange programme – with the participation of 100 artists (fine arts artists, poets, musicians). They are entitled Here, Listen, Clear, Glisten, Ear2Ear, Gathered Hear, Sep+tic, Still, Ulises´ Dog, Pythagoras´ Budgerigar, Grate, Ringade, Ether and Hark (Hard as you like). Other V.E.C cassettes have also been published outside of the exchange programme, and these are generally 150 numbered copies made from the works of a featured artist and for sale at ten dollars each." Klaniczay, Júlia: op. cit.
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