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answering the question [What is visual poetry?] one full-color chapbook at a time

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Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé adores Jackson Pollock. He first conflated Cubist and Abstract Expressionist sensibilities in “One Line About the Sea”, a mixed media canvas of charcoal, graphite and metal he created for the closing event of the Singapore Writers Festival in 2009. An interdisciplinary artist, Desmond also works in clay, his commemorative pieces housed in [...]

 


Since 1976, Mr. Helmes has been a leading international figure in experimental poetry. Work has been published in notable magazines, including Poetry, Paris Review, and the Notre Dame Review. As a writer, his work has appeared in Print, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota Monthly, and Whistling Shade, including non-fiction and fiction. As an artist and photographer, he [...]

 


Jan Szreniawski creates drawings, paintings, visual poems and collages, he also composes music and takes pictures. He is an author of a collection of tales about dinosaurs and superheroes. The works presented in this chapbook were chosen from three series of artistic creations. Their author likes to take walks as well as to play with [...]

 


Miguel Jiménez was born in Avila, Spain in 1953. Major Degree in Arts, studied Art and Architecture in Sevilla and Salamanca. He is a Plastic artist, and lives in Sevilla where he created El Taller de Zenon, an organization devoted to the research and the creation of image, with constant presence on Internet by means [...]

 


Steve Giasson is a multidisciplinary artist (conceptual poetry, video, performance, theater). He sees his work as a re-creation, an imperious dialogue with the dead and the living, sometimes absurd and, paradoxically, non-expressive. His researches also seek to transgress gender and to examine their limits. He realized many exhibitions in Montreal, where he is finishing his [...]

 



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