Зачеркнутое слово в поэтическом тексте и в арт-объекте (Вс.Некрасов, Э.Булатов, Ц.Кофоне)
The attention which was shown to Vs.N.Nekrasov’s poetry (not only to his visual texts) by artists of different generations and styles, forced the poet discuss the border between verbal and visual arts, that loosens in the twentieth century, but remains nevertheless permanent and significant. This awareness of the border was inevitable in a situation of unprecedented rapprochement and mutual influence of these arts (for example, the use of a horizontal line in some texts Nekrasov at early 1980s can be compared with the idea of the horizon in Boulatov’s paintings). In a letter to French publisher P.Mréjen about С.Cofone’s book, that played up Nekrasov’s text "Growth" ("A Poem") by its total strikethrough, Nekrasov discusses semantic differences between Russian poetry and their interpretation in the work of book-art. Different cases of strikethrough in the original texts of Nekrasov are further shown, for instance, in early (1970-1980th)) use of strikethrough as a way of marking the "extra", "inconvenient" words (the device has recently become very popular in network imitation of "natural" speech).