“Rebecca Type-over #1” by Rebecca Resinski (Arkansas, USA) and De Villo Sloan (New York, USA)
I was inspired by Rebecca Resinski’s artist’s book of type-overs using text by the Bronte sisters. So I have had a tremendous time, in turn, typing over Rebecca’s Resinki’s compositions. Much of this was typed on an electric typewriter (Brother ML100 Standard). Thus you have typewriter art by both Rebecca and me. The discerning will recognize, of course, that I used digital filtering on some pieces to heighten typewriter effects and to produce some deconstructive asemics.
“Rebecca Type-over #2”
“Rebecca Type-over #3”
“Rebecca Type-over #4” by Rebecca Resinski and De Villo Sloan
“Rebecca Type-over #5”
“Rebecca Type-over #6”
“Rebecca Type-over #7”
“Rebecca Type-over #8” by Rebecca Resinki & De Villo Sloan
“Sisters: Three Palimpsests” by Rebecca Resinski (Arkansas, USA)
Rebecca Resinski – artist and Eternal Networker known for visual poetry as well – sent this unique artist’s book that is perfect for Asemic Front.
I recently made inquiries about people doing concrete poetry and typewriter art; maybe she heard. Rebecca and I have corresponded and I admire her work, but she is not a veteran of earlier campaigns like so many here on Asemic Front. I need to keep in better touch with her. And of course Asemic Front is open to new people who have not participated in earlier calls.
Rebecca has produced a compelling type-over concrete poetry in this book using literary sources. The process has resulted in the creation of asemic symbols as well.
“Sisters” is printed on a very sturdy, semi-transparent material that deepens the type-over effects and gives the piece wonderful textures.
From Sisters by Rebecca Resinski (2017)