Source text: Fascinating Womanhood by Helen Andelin, originally self-published in 1963. These erasures were composed upon pages of the mass-market paperback, published by Random House, 1982.
Lisa Huffaker is a poet, artist, and musician. Her work includes poetry, collage, and assemblage, often combined in installations, and explores how awareness may resonate beneath layers and inside enclosures. She is a frequent visiting artist at the Nasher Sculpture Center, a recent C3 Visiting Artist at the Dallas Museum of Art, and the creator of White Rock Zine Machine, a micropublishing project offering artist’s books through sculptural vending machines. Her poetry appears in 32 Poems, Spillway, Southwest Review, The Boiler, Able Muse, Southern Humanities Review, and other journals, and her installation, Code Room, is currently on view at Ro2 Art. Her book-in-progress, a work of mixed-media erasure poetry, was recently featured at the 3rd Workshop on Obfuscation, an interdisciplinary, international symposium organized by TU Delft and Cornell Tech. Learn more at www.lisahuffaker.com