Return of “The Rebecca Type-overs”

7.27.2018 - 6

Asemic Front collab by Rebecca Resinski (Arkansas, USA) & De Villo Sloan (New York, USA)

 

 

7.27.2018 - 5

 

 

7.27.2018 - 9

 

 

Rebecca DVS 7.26.2018 - 1

 

 

Rebecca dvs 7.26.2018 - 3a

 

 

Rebecca dvs 7.26.2018 - 2

 

 

Rebecca dvs 7.26.2018 - 4

 

 

Rebecca dvs collab 7.25.2018 - 11

Asemic Front collab by Rebecca Resinski (Arkansas, USA) & De Villo Sloan (New York, USA)

 

 

Rebecca 7.24.2018 - 1

 

Collab foundation by Rebecca Resinski

 

 

Rebecca dvs collab - 41

 

 

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Vispo X 3 = Richard Canard (remix), Chris Wells, Rebecca Resinski

 

 

Richard - 7.21.2018 - 3

 

“Homage to John Gayer’s Outgoing” by Richard Canard (Carbondale, Illinois, USA)

 

Richard 7.21.2018 - 11

 

 

rich dvs 7.23 - 21

 

Chris wells 7.23.3018 - 1

Visual poetry by Chris Wells (Columbus, Ohio, USA)

 

 

Chris Well 7.23.2018 - 2

 

 

 

Rebecca 7.23.2018 - 1

“Sunlight through trees on water” by Rebecca Resinski (Conway, Arkansas, USA)

 

 

Asemic front poster - 3.11-11

Asemic vispo collabs by Tiina Kainulainen (Helsinki, Finland) & De Villo Sloan (Auburn, New York, USA)

Tiina dvs 7.17.2018 - 1a

Collab by Tiina Kainulainen (Helsinki, Finland) & De Villo Sloan (Auburn, New York, USA)

 

 

Tiina 7.16.2018 - 1

Collab foundation by Tiina Kainulainen

 

 

tiina dvs 7.16.2018 - 3a1

Collab by Tiina Kainulainen & De Villo Sloan

 

 

tiina dvs 7.16.2018 - 41

 

 

Tiina dvs 7.17.2018 - 2a

Collab by Tiina Kainulainen & De Villo Sloan

 

 

Asemic front poster - 3.11-11

Asemics & Chaos Theory by Ruud Janssen (Breda, Netherlands)

Ruud - 6.25.2018 - 1

Mail art by Ruud Janssen (Breda, Netherlands)

 

Ruud Janssen – already a contributor to the Asemic Front project – sent this fascinating correspondence art package. A main preoccupation of the piece is exploring asemics and the way signs and symbols are expressed through various modes. These range from “obsolete technologies” to the digital realm and are all addressed in this multi-faceted work.

Ruud Janssen devotes one of his well-known, hand-painted envelopes to establish the themes. I believe this is the first of his painted envelopes that purposefully uses asemic writing. Here is the reverse side of the envelope:

 

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The envelope contains a copy of a letter that reflects on the experience of using a typewriter in the Digital Age and the ironies of snail mailing a letter when email is available. Ruud Janssen addresses ideas concerning copies vs. “authentic” texts, a subject of perennial interest to artists on the conceptual side of things. For me, this “letter” works as a conceptual essay (of significance I would add) that encompasses numerous topics including the current status of traditional mail art. I believe Diane Keys (Elgin, Illinois, USA) also received a copy of this piece:

 

Ruud 6.26.2018 - 3

 

The reverse side:

 

Ruud 6.26.2018 - 4

 

This piece was also included:

 

Ruud - 6.25.2018 - 5

Mail art by Ruud Janssen (Breda, Netherlands)

 

 

Ruud - 6.26.2018 - 6a

 

On the envelope (top scan), Ruud Janssen asks about a connection between asemic writing and Chaos Theory. I wager he knows more about Chaos Theory than I do. I do know that current asemic writers are discussing randomness, formlessness and even discoveries of physics proper (areas I associate with Chaos Theory) as tools to generate asemic signs, symbols and structures. Various kinds of computer randomness generators could be used to generate asemics. But I am not sure if this is what Ruud Janssen is asking. As Gertrude Stein said, “What was the question?”

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Asemic front poster - 3.11-11

 

 

 

 

 

Asemic Concrete Poetry Collabs by Michael Orr & De Villo Sloan (part 2)

IMG_20180609_0001Collab by Michael Orr (Clarkston, Georgia, USA) & De Villo Sloan (Auburn, New York, USA). Type-over by DVS.

 

 

orr dvs 6.9.2018 - 5t1

 

 

orr dvs 6.9.2018 - 3a1

Collabs by Michael Orr (Clarkston, Georgia, USA) & De Villo Sloan (Auburn, New York, USA). Type-over by DVS.

 

 

orr dvs 6.11.2018 - 11

 

 

orr dvs 6.11.2018 - 21

 

 

Asemic front poster - 3.11-11

 

 

Asemic Front Collabs by John M. Bennett & De Villo Sloan

JMB DVS 4.16.2018 - 5a1Asemic visual poetry collab by John M. Bennett (Columbus, Ohio, USA) and De Villo Sloan (Auburn, New York, USA). (Studies in Material Culture Series)

 

 

JMB DVS 4.16.2018 - 2By John M. Bennett & De Villo Sloan

 

 

JMB DVS 4.16.2018 - 41

 

 

JMB DVS 4.16.2018 - 3

 

 

JMB DVS 4.16.2018 - 1

 

 

JMB DVS 4.16.2018 - 61Asemic visual poetry collab by John M. Bennett (Columbus, Ohio, USA) and De Villo Sloan (Auburn, New York, USA). (Studies in Material Culture Series)

 

 

Asemic front poster - 3.11-11

Five New Asemic Concrete Compositions by Federico Federici (Berlin, Germany)

Federico 3.8.2018 - 2By Federico Federici (Berlin, Germany) (2018)

 

Federico Federici’s hybrid experiments with asemics and concrete poetry are generating great interest in the international visual poetry community. As previous posts here testify, his work has relevance to the Asemic Front project. So I am very pleased that Federico Federici has shared these new works with AF.

Asemic Front is building a collection of work by Federici. Excellent examples of these unique asemic-concrete experiments can be found elsewhere as well. I suggest you look at his “Studies on asemic interferences on (and within) concrete structures” (nos. 3,4,7), which will also connect you with other interesting material:

https://leserpent.wordpress.com/2018/02/24/studies-on-asemic-interferences-on-and-within-concrete-structures-n-7/

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Federico - 3.8.2018 - 1

 

 

Federico - 3.8.2018 - 3

 

 

 

Federico - 3.8.2018 - 4

By Federico Federici (2018)

 

 

federico - 3.8.2018 - 5

 

 

 

Asemic front poster - 3.11-11