Jonh Cage liked best “art that is incomprehensible (Joyce and Duchamp) and… art that is too nose on your face (Satie).” Andrew’s poems seem at once to have both these qualities. “Such artists,” wrote Cage, “remain forever useful… in each moment of our daily lives.”
— Jackson Mac Low
Scratch Space was printed and published on the occasion of Andrew Levy’s reading in Buffalo, New York on April 21, 2004 in the Wednesday @ 4 Plus Series. The cover was printed letterpress (and in some cases, silkscreened as well), while the text is set in 12 pt. Palatino printed by DocuTech. Copies were distributed for free at the reading.
Produced in an edition of 100 copies. (2004)