Kaleidoscopic

Want to let time be your sinkhole?  Make your own kaleidoscope.

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Sweden for Surrealists

As a Henning Mankell mystery reader, I had constructed southern Sweden’s landscape as best I could.  Filmmaker Anders Weber and vultural analyst Robert Willim have embellished my imagination with Surreal Scania.  These landscape videos locate the un- side of natural.  On my computer, the short films are slow to load but worth the wait.  You… Continue reading Sweden for Surrealists

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Winter Born

Another great issue of Born Magazine has arrived on their web site.  Index by Ander Monson is definitely a movable feast.

How do you do?

Meet PAM, the perpetual art machine.  {Story source = Rhizome.org}

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Red Writing Hood

An image I love and therefore stole from Thomas Hawk.  The letters seem to emit their own light.

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WHITE OUT

image from veer

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Another Batch of Born

I’m behind on my reading so maybe you’ve already seen this new work, but I really enjoyed the latest issue of Born Magazine.

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I’ve Been Having

Yes, I've been having way too much fun browsing through the utterly cool free wallpaper at veer.com.

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ElectroFringe

Now this is cool.  Turn on the sound.

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pursue the pulse media arts collective

I landed at pursue the pulse via http://www.rhizome.org, and without knowing any more than what I learned on their web site, I like them a lot.  Here’s their self-description: pursue the pulse is an international collective of artists from the fields of performance music video and integrated media working with interactive technologies to explore the… Continue reading pursue the pulse media arts collective

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Newborn Work

These guys have done it once again.  The newest issue of BORN magazine is really wonderful.  Don’t miss the collaboration based on Laurel’s poem called "Techonology."  It’s staggering!

Digirati

I think this sounds like a cool opportunity for poetry bloggers. Call for Submissions: Digirati Three Candles Press is seeking submissions for an anthology tentatively titled"Digirati" that will feature ten poems by twenty poets who have a blog presence, participate in public or private workshops, and / or publish in online literary journals. The goal,… Continue reading Digirati

Born, Again

A great new issue of Born Magazine is up on the web.  I really like Wayne Miller’s poem called "Notes on the Night Highway II" and the art and music inspired by it.