“Way back in the 1920s, Jean Cocteau said ‘Take a commonplace and polish it.  Place it in a new light.  That is the work of a poet.’  With Jeremiah Bornfield’s work we not only get the familiar, polished in a new way, but mercurial changes from one polished object to another, which gives us a continual sense of surprise and delight.”

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Warren Burt – Autumn 2009

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