Gap by Miriam Sagan

Art Credit - PP&P

Art Credit – PP&P

Miriam Sagan is a poet who also explores text installation. A recent project is HAIKU IN THE HOOD–3 “Stop” signs per haiku, scattered about Santa Fe’s west side. She hangs poems on trees and laundry lines, inscribes them on windows, sets up collaborations on walls, works with textile and ceramic and glass sculptors, and curates a set of poetry posts at Santa Fe Community College in New Mexico.

She blogs at Miriam’s Well–http://miriamswell.wordpress.com.

Soledad--text and textile/metal installation with Alisa Dworsky at 516 Gallery, Albuquerque, 2012.

Soledad–text and textile/metal installation with Alisa Dworsky at 516 Gallery, Albuquerque, 2012.

Getting ready to install Haiku in the Hood.

Getting ready to install Haiku in the Hood.

Miriam Sagan at Fridgehenge by the dump. Photo by Hope Atterbury.

Miriam Sagan at Fridgehenge by the dump. Photo by Hope Atterbury.

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