jim leftwich: “asemic writing definitions and contexts, 1998-2016”

Here’s a revised version of Jim Leftwich’s “Asemic Writing Definitions and Contexts, 1998-2016”:
https://app.box.com/s/kvq4dp9snvdrmf15kx7ghk1qu7sxjgs4

Please read & share

It’s in the folder “ONGOING RESEARCH in and around ASEMIC WRITING”
[https://app.box.com/s/f18hm1rcp96mxqwb1byizvtne6b1egij]

“three layers”, by mg, @ the text archive blog

Thanks to Tony Trehy for asking me to write about my participation in the 2011 edition of the Bury Text Festival. And thanks to Susan Lord: here’s the piece, http://textartarchive.com/guest-bloggers/

Also – as a pdf – here:
https://slowforward.files.wordpress.com/2016/02/three-layers_-marco-giovenale-as-guest-blogger-_-text-art-archive.pdf

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issue #8 of zoomoozophone review (“the asemic issue”) is online

Issue #8 of Zoomoozophone Review (the asemic issue), edited by Matt Margo, is online at issuu.com/zoomoozophone_review/docs/zr8, featuring
cover art by
Marco Giovenale
and asemic texts by
Alexander Limarev, Amanda Reeves, Ásgrímur Þórhallsson, billy bob beamer, Cecelia Chapman, Cristiano Caggiula, Denis Smith, Dona Mayoora, Edward Kulemin, Ethan T. Parcell, Fabio Lapiana, Federico Federici, Francesco Aprile, Giuseppe Andrea Liberti, Jack Galmitz, Jerry Dreesen, Jim Leftwich, Jim Wittenberg, John M. Bennett, Kerry Mitchell, Lin Tarczynski, Marco Giovenale, Maria West, Mark Young, Mauro Césari, Michael Jacobson, Michel Audouard, Miriam Midley, Mjamj Snjirc, Nathan Stapleton, Nicholas Zhu, Nico Vassilakis, Niranjan Navalgund, Patrick Collier, Ricardo E. Gonsalves, Robert Swereda, Rosaire Appel, Ruth E. Rollason, Shloka Shankar, Stephen Nelson, Tommasina Bianca Squadrito, and Vincent DeVeau

a video from the asemic exhibit @ casa baltazar (mexico)

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Michael Jacobson, fundador de The New Post Literate, cura para Centro Cultural Casa Baltazar una muestra de tipografía asémica, con piezas de artistas de más de 10 países.

Centro Cultural Casa Baltazar
av. 4 #1, 94500 Córdoba, Veracruz
(MX)

La muestra estará abierta al público hasta el domingo 6 de marzo.

La tipografía asémica es una forma artística basada en el rompimiento de la relación entre imágen y significado. Las obras expuestas son el resultado de décadas de investigación estética por parte de los artistas enfocados en otras muchas disciplinas artísticas y científicas.

Mostraremos trabajos de:
Axel Calatayud (MX),
Alexander Limarev (RU),
Ásgrímur Þórhallsson (IS),
Carlyle Bekker (CA),
Christopher Skinner (UK),
Cristiano Caggiula (IT),
Denis Smith (US),
Edward Kulemin (RU),
EL PELELE (XX),
Ethan Parcell (US),
Fabio Lapiana (IT),
Federico Federici (IT),
Francesco Aprile (IT),
Jay Snodgrass (US),
Jean-Christophe Giacottino (FR),
Jim Wittenberg (US),
Jeanette Cook (UK),
Karna Mustaqim (MY),
Lin Tarczynski (US),
Louise P. Sloane (US),
Marco Giovenale (IT),
Michel Audouard (FR),
Negutu Gheorghe (RO),
Nico Vassilakis (US),
Rosaire Appel (US),
Spencer Selby (US),
Tamara Wyndham (US),
Tim Gaze (US),
Tommasina Bianca Squadrito (IT),
Volodymyr Bilyk (UA)