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Saturday, April 23, 2005

Testing Visual Poetry

via ahadada books

A test of the integrity of a visual poem is . . .

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just to add a bit here. This test of visual poetry keeps the poem within the shadow of the human. If a visual poem is beyond the ability of the author to perform it, then perhaps it is too much a part of the technology that produced it. If a piece cannot be performed in the voice of the artist that created it, or if the artist refuses that extra task of performing the work, or showing us the way that we can perform the piece, then perhaps the visual poem is not a visual poem at all, but something else--art that uses words or symbols--but not visual poetry. Jesse Glass

6:49 AM, May 02, 2005

 

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