I often drawrite “langrids”. A langrid is a grid of language.
I always had in mind Robert Smithson’s A heap of language (1966), or Paul Celan’s Sprachgitter (1959).
In my work, grids and squares and weird geometric shapes collide with pieces of superimposed sentences, asemic bits, other shapes, syllables.
Take a tour here:
or here: https://slowforward.net/?s=langrid&submit=Search
or here: https://tinyurl.com/y487l2eo
or here: https://the-otolith.blogspot.com/2014/07/marco-giovenale.html
I thought I invented the term “langrid” in 2014, but I now know Jim Andrews used the word too: take a look here and also click the “About” button. It’s an amazing synchronicity I really appreciate.