Archivi categoria: scrittura asemantica

da “quaderno di scritture e scarabocchi” / fabio lapiana. 2016

da un post di Enzo Patti: https://t.ly/GuQN

in esposizione @ Scrivere disegnando, Centre d’Art Contemporain (Ginevra), 2020

https://slowforward.net/2020/06/09/scrivere-disegnandomostra-in-corso-a-ginevra-intervista-al-curatore-andrea-bellini/

https://slowforward.net/2020/08/08/scrivere-disegnando-il-catalogo-skira-a-cura-di-andrea-bellini-e-sarah-lombardi/

sam woolfe’s interview to tim gaze

https://www.samwoolfe.com/2023/01/interview-tim-gaze-asemic-writing.html

[r] _ antonio syxty intervista mg sulle reti della ricerca letteraria

ombre / enzo patti. 2023

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grzegorz wróblewski: “shanty town” (post-asemic press, 2022)

SHANTY TOWN, asemic book, published by the “Post-Asemic Press” (Minneapolis, USA 2022): http://postasemicpress.blogspot.com/2022/05/shanty-town-by-grzegorz-wroblewski-is.html

Shanty Town packs a powerful punch. It stakes you straight through the heart and throws you overboard, only to next moment toss you a life buoy. It’s Grzegorz Wroblewski’s opus magnum, in which he brought together the heart and the mind on a whole new level. I see a world that worries him but nonetheless he manages to draw pure beauty from it. Somewhere in between, a fragile hope for salvation emerges. His own and ours.

— Karina Obara

Rough, unkept, spontaneous and free, Grzegorz Wróblewski’s Shanty Town depicts a blurry world of post-literate indecipherability. With coarsely drawn shapes imposed upon a chaos of asemic writing, this collection is built from the rubble of uncomfortable truths. A triumph of bold writing.

— Dave Read

‘asemica’ 2

A2EMICA @ Centre Pompidou

A2EMICA è stata archiviata presso la Bibliothèque Kandinsky del Centre Pompidou di Parigi. Il fascicolo e le opere di Rosaire Appel, Andrea Astolfi, Tomaso Binga, Mariangela Guatteri, Michael Jacobson, Karri Kokko, Enzo Patti, Giancarlo Pavanello, Antonio Francesco Perozzi, Morten Søndergaard sono consultabili presso la biblioteca del grande museo francese.

A2EMICA è un aperiodico dedicato alla scrittura e all’arte asemantica in veste di assembling magazine. Nel secondo numero il testo critico “La scrittura che nasconde” e approfondimento sulle opere di Vincenzo Agnetti “Vincenzo Agnetti e il tradimento del linguaggio. Per una lettura pre-asemica.” di Ada De Pirro.

A2EMICA è archiviata anche presso FONDAZIONE BONOTTO di Colceresa, Il Museo del Novecento di Milano e l’Archivio Vincenzo Agnetti di Milano

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A2EMICA was archived at the Bibliothèque Kandinsky of the Centre Pompidou in Paris. The booklet and artworks by Rosaire Appel, Andrea Astolfi, Tomaso Binga, Mariangela Guatteri, Michael Jacobson, Karri Kokko, Enzo Patti, Giancarlo Pavanello, Antonio Francesco Perozzi, Morten Søndergaard can be consulted at the library of the great French museum.

A2EMICA is an aperiodical dedicated to writing and asemantic art as an assembling magazine. In the second issue, the critical text “La scrittura che nasconde” and an in-depth look at the artworks of Vincenzo Agnetti “Vincenzo Agnetti e il tradimento del linguaggio. Per una lettura pre-asemica.” by Ada De Pirro.

A2EMICA is also archived at the Bonotto Foundation in Colceresa, Museo del Novecento in Milano and the Vincenzo Agnetti Archive in Milan.

untitled asemic scene #1 / cecelia chapman. 2023

jeff nimp, 2022

un dialogo su asemic writing e glitch, con carlo selan

dialogo su asemic writing e glitch

https://www.pordenoneleggepoesia.it/2022/11/30/in-dialogo-carlo-selan-e-marco-giovenale/

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di 5 in 5. dal verbo al segno

Di 5 in 5 Dal verbo al segno: Cappi Accame Verdi Minarelli Miccini Pignotti Pozzati Sitta Toti Cavallo – 1980 (autografo di Enzo Minarelli).

Da un post di Roberto Canella

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“scrivere disegnando”: conferenza di sarah lombardi al mlac

Venerdì 21 ottobre, alle ore 17:00

Museo dell’Arte Contemporanea MLAC
Sapienza Università di Roma
Piazzale della Minerva

Conferenza di Sarah Lombardi

Direttrice della Collection de l’Art Brut di Losanna

Scrivere disegnando

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ingresso libero

fathi hassan: “untitled”

rosaire appel: “seesongs”, the eyes look, and the eyes read

https://www.rosaireappel.com/seesongs.html

The eyes look, and the eyes read. I propose they can also listen – an act different from both looking and reading. To explore this possibility, I have put together a book of non-linguistic, non-pictorial visual material: Seesongs. The drawings in this book are progressions of visual marks, which could be called asemic music/ notation.
‘When the eye listens, the mind sings.’

—Rosaire Appel

https://www.rosaireappel.com/seesongs.html

john richard mcconnochie: “offerings”, online exhibit @ van vliet gallery

http://vanvlietgallery.com/

“Offerings”: asemic, concrete and visual poetry by John Richard McConnochie. Now showing at VVG’s website, VanVlietGallery.com until mid-November. A catalog of the show is available for purchase.

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differx’ “textus celatus” in ‘word for / word’, n. 39

http://www.wordforword.info/vol39/Giovenale.html

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