Visual poetry on display in Mayfair gallery

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Visual poetry on display in Mayfair gallery

Visual poems dating back to the 1970s are among the artwork on display in London for the first time.

Artists Tomaso Binga and Greta Schodl use geometric shapes interwoven with written words to assert the female identity.

Everything from personal letters and ironing boards are used to create a variety of pieces from post cards to installations over 3 metres long.

'Vocalizing' will be on display at the Richard Saltoun Gallery in Mayfair until the 7th of July.

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