All my visual works, photos, vispos and drawings and asemic drawritings here or in Immag, Differx, Xdiffer, wee image, Surrism/Notitle, Nothing and insight, Poetry Kessel-lo, Flux Usa, Fluxlist Europe, Vispostock, Vispoets, arteMOLTOpovera and Endoglosse are on sale, if you want me to print them. Wherever you live in the world if you are interested in them, write to mg_img [at] yahoo [dot] it
Tutte le mie opere visive, fotografie, le poesie verbovisive e i disegni qui o in Immag, Differx, Xdiffer, wee image, Surrism/Notitle, Nothing and insight, Poetry Kessel-lo, Flux Usa, Fluxlist Europe, Vispostock, Vispoets, arteMOLTOpovera e Endoglosse sono in vendita, se desiderate che ne faccia una stampa. Chiunque sia interessato può scrivere a mg_img [at] yahoo [dot] it
See some asemic sibyls in Nazione indiana (Nov. 2008) and in Sleepingfish (Jan. 2009), … and from time to time please take a look at Michael Jacobson’s blog, Jim Leftwich’s textimagepoem, and Satu Kaikkonen’s foffof. Others are (and will be) in Vispoets. Others in the Russian magazine Chernovik, paper issue #24 + site (see also 2 vispo in issue #22). Other sibyls in satt.org, and in issue #2 of TRNSFR magazine (Jan/Feb, 2010).
Vispos have appeared in fmachinery (Sept., 2009 and Jan., 2010), edited by Daniel F. Bradley. Other stuff is @ mailusart. Or in Otoliths, issue #20 and issue #26, Tip of the knife, Experiment-o (issue 4), The Bleed (issue 0.2), Bright Stupid Confetti, Extreme Writing. An interview about asemic writing and 8 asemic poems are in 3AM Magazine, The Maintenant Series #65, June 15th, 2011 [ed. by Steven Fowler]. Another interview on asemics + 3 asemic texts: in REM, issue 2, Dec. 2011 [ed. by Orchid Tierney]. Some “Pocket panels” for a future “asemic theatre” are here.
You can buy some asemic sibyls @ https://www.facebook.com/pages/Future-Script-Gallery/168021229902844
Taking part to The Last Vispo Anthology (edited by Crag Hill and Nico Vassilakis, 2010-12), MG also took part in the exhibits (or ‘previews’) related to the book. The first two were in Smolensk, Russia, and Budapest, Hungary, in April, 2010: see http://scorecard.typepad.com/crag_hills_poetry_score/2010/04/selections-from-the-last-vispo-anthology-on-exhibit-in-smolensk-russia-budapest-hungary.html.
In 2011 he takes part in the Bury Text Festival (Apr). Then, works by him are exposed in the Alphabet of art exhibition in Moscow (Zverev Center, May 12th – June 12th) and Philadelphia (International House, Sept. 1st – Oct. 15th, 2011). Some asemic pieces take part in the Klebnikov Carnaval at Kessel-lo (Belgium), 2-4 Sept., 2011, while new works participate in the collective exhibition da>verso, transizioni arte-poesia, Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, Milan (Italy), 6-17 Oct., 2011. In October 2012 a series of asemic glyphs are exposed in a solo exhibit in Lviv (Ukraina): http://tymutopiyapres.blogspot.it/2012/10/blog-post.html.
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A series called ARTE MOLTO POVERA [extremely poor art] has born in 2008. Low-res pics recording it are @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/textimagepoetry/4901898055/ (thanx to J.Leftwich). Posts about it here (.en) and here (.it). A dedicated webpage is http://artemoltopovera.blogspot.com.
See also http://groups.google.it/group/asemic
More stuff here and there @ Slowforward & on the net. Browse & search via Google…
Thanks to Jim Leftwich for hosting images and concrete/visual poems in his http://jimleftwichtextimagepoem.blogspot.com/: the stuff is also archived in the Library site of the Ohio State University. Pdf files with series of works can be downloaded here: http://library.osu.edu/sites/rarebooks/finding/TextImagePoemArchive.php
The pdf files including also works by me are the following ones:
Artbooks: Sibille asemantiche (La camera verde, 2008), Asemic Sibyls (Red Fox Press, 2013); and, under the name Differx: aweapon (ebook: Vugg Books, 2008), Severe red (2009, ebook: Vugg Books, 2010), unrelated | undepicted | (diptychs) (ebook: Vugg Books, 2010), septemware (ebook: Vugg Books, 2011), This Is Visual Poetry / by Marco Giovenale (2011).
Works by MG are in collections in Italy and abroad (e.g. the Sacker Archive, Miami, FL).
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tre locandine d’artista pubblicate dalla Camera verde (2009):