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Friday, September 10, 2004

The Death of Ana Maria Uribe

via Net Art News

In the late 1960s Argentine artist Ana Maria Uribe began creating typoemas -- static black-on-white visual compositions rendered using a standard office typewriter. Anticipating the keyboard's pancultural ubiquity and its potential for artmaking, these early works provided a foundation for the anipoemas that emerged in the 1980s.


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