Anti- enters the world of Visual Poetry this month featuring the work of Michael Basinski.
Pacific Cinémathèque and curator Heather Haley are seeking videopoem submissions from around the world for the annual Visible Verse screening and performance poetry celebration. Visible Verse is North America’s sustaining venue for the presentation of new and artistically significant videopoetry. Official guidelines: * Visible Verse seeks videopoems, with a 15 minutes maximum duration. * Either… Continue reading See the Voice: Visible Verse 2008
The hole in the argument Originally uploaded by Heaven`s Gate (John)
Remember WordArt, the font font of the 90s? It’s back in Back to WordArt. Check out this fun 18 seconds by Berlin-based artist Mike Ruiz, a.k.a. Mikey Awesome. (via rhizome)
—- Originally uploaded by nonlinear poetry to flickr Here’s new visual poetry by Jukka-Pekka Kervinen from his blog, Nonliner Poetry. Beautiful.
As your waiter today, I recommend the soup. Chris Joseph is a talented chef.
Visual poetry by David Baptiste Chirot. See more of his work at his blog.
Check out Art Scotch Paper, a website for the cool, the creative.
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If you’re a visual poet or simply curious, check out Dan Waber’s VisPo group and message board. This month they are sponsoring a weekly contest. Never tried it before? It’s NaPoWriMo so why not now? Here’s the winner from the third week of March. I love love love this visual poem by Jukka-Pekka Kervinen.
In the "Cross Media" issue of Unlikely 2.0, you can find five compositions by the Be Blank Consort. The Consort is a collaborative group of experimental writers dedicated to the creation and performance of sound-texts. You can see their compositions and listen to them performed as well. Here’s some of their self-description: ‘The Consort was… Continue reading The Be Blank Consort
OTOLITHS specializes in VisPo, visual poetry by a wide range of poem-makers. The publication’s tagline, a magazine of many e-things, gives editor Mark Young an extra ounce of latitude and so some of the work published is the conventional poem, made of words alone, without shape or image. Here is a diptych by Nico Vassalikas.
Visual poet Geof Huth is always creating amazing things that I never really imagined possible. Check out his poems in the snow at Unlikely 2.0. And if you ever end up in Schenectady, New York, on a snowy day, pay close attention to everything you see.
Check out five new Stir Fry poems by Marko Niemi (Finland) on Vispo, the visual poetry blog of Jim Andrews. Niemi’s new work combines aspects of web technology, concrete poetry, and visual poetry. Although aimed more at the head than the heart, the gap between title and text can be intriguing. For example, "Four Musicians"… Continue reading Stir Fry