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The Fluxus Performance Workbook:
On 10/14/05, Bill Seaman <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Dear Friedrich,
> I enjoyed your post very much.
> There is a wonderful book by Dick Higgins (Fluxus
> artsis --- see also Flux boxes, event scores etc)
> called Pattern Poetry that traces aspects of the
> practices you describe back a few thousand
> See Fluxus Codex
> Susan Stewart has another wonderful book called
> Nonsense that traces the exploration of Nonsense
> in literature, et, al. (just to balance out my
> logic post)...
> >Dear Friedrich,
> >nice to have you here this month, thanks for the posts.
> ><<I am not only interested in the new potentials of digital writing
> >but also in how they make use of older potentials, and also in
> >invariants of writing.>>
> >This is a good point. If there were no invariants, then we would be
> >talking about something other than writing, for tautological that
> >might sound.
> >I am particularly fascinated by the fact that, no matter how mutable
> >literature is (eg. sound poetry, visual poetry, the relationship of
> >writing and public space), it remains recognizable as a pratctice that
> >makes sense for a certain community.
> >Anyway, despite this mutability, I think there
> >are some easily trackeable axes:
> >1 (you have already pointed)
> >Digital Writing that draws from Mallarmé, concrete and visual / sound poetry.
> >(and explore combinations of word, visual, sound and programming)
> >------------->1a seek similar results as those already obtained in
> >analogic media
> >-------------> 1b share the same attitued of de-construction,
> >exploring digital media possibilities
> >DW that draws from Borges and Nouveau Roman
> >(and focus on the possibiliteis of exploring of linkage processes to
> >build vast rhizomatic texts)
> >DW exploring the movement from 2-D to 3-D texts
> >(I cannot think of a definition right, now, so follow some examples:
> >a. Nous n´avons pas compris Descartes
> >b. IO: http://www.andrevallias.com/poemas/index.htm#
> >c. Econ http://www.pucsp.br/pos/cos/interlab/in4/entrada.htm)
> >-------------> 3a Writing and Architecture, Writing for Public Spaces
> do you agree with these axes? do you see any others?
> Professor Bill Seaman, Ph.D.
> Department Head
> Digital+ Media Department (Graduate Division)
> Rhode Island School of Design
> Two College St.
> Providence, R.I. 02903-4956
> 401 277 4956
> fax 401 277 4966
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