David Colosi

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° 1967

Vit à Brooklyn, New York (United States).

David Colosi was born in 1967 in Fairport, New York, and has lived in Brooklyn since 1994. He received a BA from SUNY Plattsburgh (1989) in Creative Writing and Sculpture, an MFA from California Institute for the Arts (1991) where he began experimenting in Three-Dimensional Literature with performance, and an MA from New York University (2006) where he established his theoretical foundation with a sustained study of the works of Umberto Eco. He is also the author of two exhibition documents, Imaginary Numbers and Other Calculated Fictions (2011) and The Life and Thoughts of a Retired Apostrophe (2010); the novel, Miss Pumpernickel Bread (2012); a theoretical work, Towards A Three-Dimensional Literature (2012); and his poems have been collected in Laughing Blood (2004) and anthologized in From Totems to Hip-Hop: a Multicultural Anthology of Poetry Across the Americas, 1900-2002 (2004). In 2009 he received a Louis Comfort Tiffany Award for his artworks that unite art and literature. The Center for Three-Dimensional Literature archives his projects.

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