I Enjoy Being Drunk And In Love, And Not Much Else, said Pallava Pujo in her cornsilk dress.

2007-01-17 Thread phanero

It was just then at the poets' annual Laudanumb for Table dinner, that big 
Jimmy Spazcock
had chance to speak alone with the gaudy faux Palissyware dish of Turnips 
Sagetrieb, saying,
Methinks, I'll pass on the tradition this once, then making a big show of 
handing the plate on to Merriam
Kornfoddle who had just put out a cigarette in her beets and mint and was 
mouthing some twaddle
about the genial concupiscibility of horoscopes to Henry Leggewurmarre and looking a bit like a 
widget-gidget of a Wadjet in her black lace capotain and uraeus, and her spitting didn't help, but
Henry didn't seem to mind at all, even seeming to gasp every time her mouth made the oo sound. 
Yes, nobody was giving Jimmy a second look. Gooey turnips, sighed big Jimmy. They smell funny.. 
He loaded a double helping onto his already fatuous platen, and lifted his heavy spoon to scoop.

Suddenly, a terrific wind lept through the room banging the shutters on their 
chappy hinges, and a
deep booming voice cried out, A HORNED SHEEP, A CRUTCH OF ENTRAILS, THESE
BODIES FOREVER HEARING SACERDOTEUM, LEATHERN MONEY BAGS, NOTHING
INSIDE, THE BAGS THEMSELVES A LEATHERN MONEY. COME TO REST..
Percy Slainporct began to froth at the mouth and chatter about a pound of 
griffin's flesh for a puff
of pi's analichts... Diana Witherspeep said rather dryly, I've heard there's 
a haunted old Greyhound
station just up Burrow street. Maybe it's E. Roy Fitzgerald on a loa of some 
sort? Dr. Rahu Zipperlog
stood up and tried to calm the rising hubbub of voices by singing an old 
Edwardian ditty:

Happy's the Love which meets return 
Happy's the flesh which does not burn

Happy's the head which does not know
Happy's the thread which does not show

Curling round the innocent sty
every garden bench awaits an eye..

Suddenly a little golem stood up out of the blood pudding and began to 
soft-shoe.
Whiskey Beaumont downed the last of his port and stood up to dance along. Thus
another year went by, much like any other year at the poets' annual Laudanumb for Table 
dinner held in Foxfab, Tennessee, just up the street from Gitchipegumi River basin boat

launch...









Re: The Black Pineapple SS

2007-01-17 Thread Allen Bramhall

phanero wrote:

tres nifty. it's a brave person who can dream of being Spock.


NEW CBOOKS FROM SMALL CHAPBOOK PROJECT

2007-01-17 Thread mIEKAL aND



NEW CBOOKS FROM SMALL CHAPBOOK PROJECT

for early 2007, we present EIGHT new chapbooks, in-
cluding the first '4 around 1', four full-length cbooks by
one writer concerning a matter of his/her own interest.

THE CHAPBOOKS

mIEKAL aND -- Logos Longshot -- essays in poly-
artistry  human interaction. Early notes to aND's life-
work, Samsara Congeries, having a dense syntax and
idea-proliferation.

Martha Deed -- 65 X 65 -- an autobiography in 65 short
paragraphs portraying people important to the poet's
spiritual development, people who have left an imprint.

Michelle Greenblatt/Sheila E Murphy -- Ghazals 1--19
-- An intriguing collaboraiton by two poets in different
stages of their poetic careers. A ghazal is a Persian ecs-
tatic lyric song, with a single voice for the reader.

**'4 around 1'**
Jukka-Pekka Kervinen
  THROUGH LIGHT (#1, katha)
  AND NONE (#2, isa)
  INHALING (#3, taitturuya)
  IS BEHIND (#4, aitareya)
The first in this new series, four chapbooks with a sing-
le concern, this time, a computer manipulation of texts
taken from the Hindu Upanishads. It's interesting to see
how words of a spiritual nature are mixed with every-
thing 'including the kitchen sink' -- computer code, words
and parts of words with no relation to anything but the
air in the center of the heart.

Rob McLennan -- ottawa poems (blue notes) -- Wonder-
ful blues-like improvisations on the poet's home-city char-
acterized by diverse spatial arrays. The poems show Mc-
Lennan's affection for the city.

HOW TO ORDER THESE CBOOKS:

Send $6 per title ($20 for the '4 around 1' series), plus $1
per title shipping, to:
 Peter Ganick
 small chapbook project
 45 Ravenwood Road
 West Hartford CT 06107-1539
For international postage, please inquire.
All packages shipped Media Mail. Inquire about 'first class'.
Please include your email address with order.

HOW TO SUBMIT A MANUSCRIPT:

Send an email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] to receive
directions. All books are printed on heavy, bright-white
stock, and average 32 -- 40 pages.

THANK YOU FOR READING THIS.





Re: NEW CBOOKS FROM SMALL CHAPBOOK PROJECT

2007-01-17 Thread JOHN BENNETT
I have seen all ofthese - they are excellent!  And nice clean design, too.  
Order them today!
John

Dr. John M. Bennett
Curator, Avant Writing Collection
Rare Books  Manuscripts Library
The Ohio State University Libraries
1858 Neil Av Mall
Columbus, OH 43210 USA

(614) 292-3029
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http://library.osu.edu/sites/rarebooks/avantwriting/

- Original Message -
From: mIEKAL aND [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Date: Wednesday, January 17, 2007 9:21 am
Subject: NEW CBOOKS FROM SMALL CHAPBOOK PROJECT

 
 
 NEW CBOOKS FROM SMALL CHAPBOOK PROJECT
 
 for early 2007, we present EIGHT new chapbooks, in-
 cluding the first '4 around 1', four full-length cbooks by
 one writer concerning a matter of his/her own interest.
 
 THE CHAPBOOKS
 
 mIEKAL aND -- Logos Longshot -- essays in poly-
 artistry  human interaction. Early notes to aND's life-
 work, Samsara Congeries, having a dense syntax and
 idea-proliferation.
 
 Martha Deed -- 65 X 65 -- an autobiography in 65 short
 paragraphs portraying people important to the poet's
 spiritual development, people who have left an imprint.
 
 Michelle Greenblatt/Sheila E Murphy -- Ghazals 1--19
 -- An intriguing collaboraiton by two poets in different
 stages of their poetic careers. A ghazal is a Persian ecs-
 tatic lyric song, with a single voice for the reader.
 
 **'4 around 1'**
 Jukka-Pekka Kervinen
   THROUGH LIGHT (#1, katha)
   AND NONE (#2, isa)
   INHALING (#3, taitturuya)
   IS BEHIND (#4, aitareya)
 The first in this new series, four chapbooks with a sing-
 le concern, this time, a computer manipulation of texts
 taken from the Hindu Upanishads. It's interesting to see
 how words of a spiritual nature are mixed with every-
 thing 'including the kitchen sink' -- computer code, words
 and parts of words with no relation to anything but the
 air in the center of the heart.
 
 Rob McLennan -- ottawa poems (blue notes) -- Wonder-
 ful blues-like improvisations on the poet's home-city char-
 acterized by diverse spatial arrays. The poems show Mc-
 Lennan's affection for the city.
 
 HOW TO ORDER THESE CBOOKS:
 
 Send $6 per title ($20 for the '4 around 1' series), plus $1
 per title shipping, to:
  Peter Ganick
  small chapbook project
  45 Ravenwood Road
  West Hartford CT 06107-1539
 For international postage, please inquire.
 All packages shipped Media Mail. Inquire about 'first class'.
 Please include your email address with order.
 
 HOW TO SUBMIT A MANUSCRIPT:
 
 Send an email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] to receive
 directions. All books are printed on heavy, bright-white
 stock, and average 32 -- 40 pages.
 
 THANK YOU FOR READING THIS.
 
 
 
 
 
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Re: Esperanto: From Stalin to Shatner to Canada

2007-01-17 Thread mIEKAL aND
Has anyone seen INCUBUS?  Even Malok, who is here visiting hasn't  
seen this one...



On Jan 17, 2007, at 12:54 AM, P!^VP 0!Z!^VP wrote:




The movement reclaimed some of its glory when a young William  
Shatner starred in Incubus, the 1965 all-Esperanto cult classic  
about a female demon who falls in love with a religious soldier.


The language has proved resilient despite purges and Shatner's  
acting, and is even enjoying a resurgence of late thanks to the  
Internet.


[LEADigitalWild] the wild as seen from the wild? (fwd)

2007-01-17 Thread Alan Sondheim




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WVU Zwiki, Google for recent. Write for info on books, cds, performance,
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-- Forwarded message --
Date: Wed, 17 Jan 2007 09:53:38 -0500
From: Pata de Perro [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: [LEADigitalWild] the wild as seen from the wild?

I have just returned from the Putumayo, on the foothills of the Andes mountains, doorway 
to the Amazon jungle in Colombia, where I spent 10 days drinking yage with a shaman.  
From there the perspective is quiet different. The putumayo happens to be one of the most 
biodiverse regions in the world, and the wild is definitely present.the wild 
we can see (even if there is much deforestation) and the wild we learn to see through the 
yage medicine (definitely sublime). There is no academia around .but there are other 
forms of knowledge that replace it.The knowledge of the wild itself, the knowledge of the 
different indigenous tribes that live in the region; Kofan, Inga, Kamsa and the knowledge 
of the plants, rocks, animals etc... Unfortunately none of the beholders of this 
knowledge will be participating in this online conversation. The wild has not been 
invited to take part. But, I understand it must be quiet complicated while standing in a 
US city to find representatives of the wild that would be interested in participating in 
these talks and I don't blame you.



Since the wild is not taking part in the discussion, very humbly I will try to 
transmit a bit of the knowledge that wilderness has given me ...certain plants, 
certain indigenous people.



The key question in this discussion seems to be whether or not humanity and 
technology

(+ new technology) are a part of the wild or not and if the wild is 
disappearing.



Many indigenous people adhere to this first idea; that indigenous people are 
the people of nature and that westerners are somehow outside of nature - and 
that when the last of the indigenous people have been killed or absorbed into 
western culture, the planet as a living organism (or ecosystem) will die, as it 
will have lost one of the key elements to maintaining its already very 
deficient balance...



Western man is considered by some indigenous people to dwell outside of nature 
because he has somehow broken the laws of nature and lost harmony with nature. 
A frontier has been breached. This frontier marks for example the point whence 
human beings began to get sick - as it is considered that while harmony with 
nature is maintained there is no possibility of sickness. This breached 
frontier can also be noted by the loss of instinct (or sixth sense) on the part 
of humans - the many senses that all animals share like knowing what plants are 
beneficial for health (dogs know by instinct to eat grass to purge themselves) 
or if an earthquake is coming etc. we have lost long ago. We have to learn 
everything through others - an eye is closed within us that is open for other 
animals.

(Similar to the biblical idea of the loss of the garden of eden)



Also, according to a legend from the putumayo (oral tradition passed down for centuries = 
unwritten history) - the reason that the Europeans came to the Americas was because the 
indigenous people of the Americas broke the laws of nature and therefore opened the 
doorway that permitted the discovery and further corruption of the Americas by the 
Europeans. (According to this indigenous people remained in the garden of 
eden longer then us westerners - but today have also lost harmony with nature).



These are a few random stories and ideas I have heard in the Amazon region and 
which I find are related to the theme at hand.



In reference to the online conversation, I found Roger Malina's coments on dark matter 
and dark energy very interesting. I don't know if this energy / matter is necessarily 
dark or if it called dark by the astronomers because they do not understand it (dark 
could be considered also negative - air is not dark yet it is not visible) but it seems 
that finding out that we only perceive 3% of the wild and that 97% of it is 
invisible to us reaffirms what I learned in the putumayo and Amazonas through 
yage and oral tradition - that is -  that there are many dimensions other then ours and 
that there is much more then meets the eye - So perhaps this dark energy/ matter are 
those other dimensions? That we cannot perceive with the naked eye?

Reality is a question of perspective the indigenous perspective is different 
from the scientific perspective (but the same / only the terms change really) 
-(personally I find its also a more pleasant perspective as 

Re: Esperanto: From Stalin to Shatner to Canada

2007-01-17 Thread P!^VP 0!Z!^VP

The problem seems to be:
female demon = Succubus

I think the movie may be called Succubus.

No I haven't seen it though I was one a while ago.

D^


On 17-Jan-07, at 8:26 AM, mIEKAL aND wrote:

Has anyone seen INCUBUS?  Even Malok, who is here visiting hasn't seen 
this one...



On Jan 17, 2007, at 12:54 AM, P!^VP 0!Z!^VP wrote:




The movement reclaimed some of its glory when a young William Shatner 
starred in Incubus, the 1965 all-Esperanto cult classic about a 
female demon who falls in love with a religious soldier.


The language has proved resilient despite purges and Shatner's 
acting, and is even enjoying a resurgence of late thanks to the 
Internet.

P!^VP


Re: Esperanto: From Stalin to Shatner to Canada

2007-01-17 Thread phanero
Done it. It is very good. Shatner's best performance maybe.



  - Original Message - 
  From: mIEKAL aND 
  To: WRYTING-L@LISTSERV.WVU.EDU 
  Sent: Wednesday, January 17, 2007 8:26 AM
  Subject: Re: Esperanto: From Stalin to Shatner to Canada


  Has anyone seen INCUBUS?  Even Malok, who is here visiting hasn't seen this 
one...




  On Jan 17, 2007, at 12:54 AM, P!^VP 0!Z!^VP wrote:






The movement reclaimed some of its glory when a young William Shatner 
starred in Incubus, the 1965 all-Esperanto cult classic about a female demon 
who falls in love with a religious soldier.


The language has proved resilient despite purges and Shatner's acting, and 
is even enjoying a resurgence of late thanks to the Internet.

Re: [LEADigitalWild] the wild as seen from the wild? (fwd)

2007-01-17 Thread phanero

Thanks for sending this Alan. We're reading Daniel Pinchbeck's books right now. 
He published Michael Brownstein's
World on Fire you may remember. Which makes me think of Derrick Jensen.

This below is interesting, there are a group of amazonian stories about little brother 
or lesser brother who angers
the gods. there's something about a giant stone statue that has to stay buried. 
I can't remember now. but it makes me
feel terrible that these people, some of them, might think they are to blame 
for what's happening to them.
But there was an excellent show on one of the Satellite Eco/Activism channels I 
don't remember if it was Link or one of
the other ones. There's like 3. Free Speech Television. Another HD one which I 
just recorded a beautiful documentary
about folktales and ecology in Ethiopia. Jak-something.. The show was on the 
Amazonian Games. Tribes from all over
the Amazon have been gathering in various Brazilian venues for the last 6 or 7 
years to hold these games. It's amazing
and very sad, but the Indians are trying to get savvy. One scene one team goes 
to a Portugese monument and takes
pics to show people where the white people landed. Charles C. Mann's 1491 is 
also an amazing reference. anyway
thanks for sending this out.

lanny

Also, according to a legend from the putumayo (oral tradition passed down for centuries = unwritten history) - the 
reason that the Europeans came to the Americas was because the indigenous people of the Americas broke the laws of 
nature and therefore opened the doorway that permitted the discovery and further corruption of the Americas by the 
Europeans. (According to this indigenous people remained in the garden of eden longer then us westerners - but today 
have also lost harmony with nature).


Re: [LEADigitalWild] the wild as seen from the wild? (fwd)

2007-01-17 Thread D^Vid D^Vizio
Yes, thanks for this, too, Alan.  

http://anaugury.blogspot.com/2007/01/wild-in-wilderness-oracling.html


umbles...  bloody umbles

D^

--- phanero [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Thanks for sending this Alan. We're reading Daniel Pinchbeck's books right 
 now. He published
 Michael Brownstein's
 World on Fire you may remember. Which makes me think of Derrick Jensen.
 
 This below is interesting, there are a group of amazonian stories about 
 little brother or
 lesser brother who angers
 the gods. there's something about a giant stone statue that has to stay 
 buried. I can't remember
 now. but it makes me
 feel terrible that these people, some of them, might think they are to blame 
 for what's
 happening to them.
 But there was an excellent show on one of the Satellite Eco/Activism channels 
 I don't remember
 if it was Link or one of
 the other ones. There's like 3. Free Speech Television. Another HD one which 
 I just recorded a
 beautiful documentary
 about folktales and ecology in Ethiopia. Jak-something.. The show was on the 
 Amazonian Games.
 Tribes from all over
 the Amazon have been gathering in various Brazilian venues for the last 6 or 
 7 years to hold
 these games. It's amazing
 and very sad, but the Indians are trying to get savvy. One scene one team 
 goes to a Portugese
 monument and takes
 pics to show people where the white people landed. Charles C. Mann's 1491 is 
 also an amazing
 reference. anyway
 thanks for sending this out.
 
 lanny
 
 Also, according to a legend from the putumayo (oral tradition passed down for 
 centuries =
 unwritten history) - the 
 reason that the Europeans came to the Americas was because the indigenous 
 people of the Americas
 broke the laws of 
 nature and therefore opened the doorway that permitted the discovery and 
 further corruption of
 the Americas by the 
 Europeans. (According to this indigenous people remained in the garden of 
 eden longer then us
 westerners - but today 
 have also lost harmony with nature).
 


d^Vizio

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many thankfuls are the habitat of I am present tense

2007-01-17 Thread Sheila Murphy

many thankfuls are the habitat of I am present tense

for Tim Scannell

composite breakfront beaker qua replete with with with
stowable p/ARTS glitter and stamping face face
yes [squared] to hypothesis route this
feel held field relished relishing return to
all the posing stamps 4 cents 6 cents 1 cent 5
and fish oops birds
the cutting is a generous extra
polation palacing the white
and looking forward one
cannot help this gerund all across
the place I'm thinking NOW AND
ON THE HOUR


sheila e. murphy


The writing automaton

2007-01-17 Thread mIEKAL aND
(check out the videos of the doll in action, still works after all  
these years)


from fogonazos:

The writing automaton

In the eighteenth century, 200 years before little ASIMO started to  
walk or to climb stairs, the great Jaquet-Droz built an automaton  
which could scrawl any sentence on a piece of paper and had a  
chilling repertory of human-like movements. Read the story an then  
check it out at the videos:


Completed by 1772, 'The Writer' was the most perfect and complex  
automaton built by swiss clockmaker Jacquet-Droz. His astonishing  
mechanism was presented in every court in Europe and fascinated the  
world's most important people: the kings and emperors of China, India  
and Japan.


http://fogonazos.blogspot.com/2007/01/writing-automaton.html


any old Entheo'll do... blue Siva shudders

2007-01-17 Thread P!^VP 0!Z!^VP

http://anagogues.blogspot.com/2007/01/9-minutes-540-seconds-apart.html


P!^VP

Re: The writing automaton

2007-01-17 Thread D^Vid D^Vizio
mIEKAL,
Just a little excited(!) I want to fire off a little of it... that I've 
immediately found
something EXTREMELY interesting in Ana's memory when I searched for cogito... 

I'll Anablog the file and post it soon  

This information/link you posted is very interesting. 

A.. let me describe WHY I am excited.

Searching her memory bank, for cogito, on the second flash card I inserted... 
these things are
all spread out you know over 11 MB on 3 cards.  LOTS of writing kb and really 
MOST1 kb files to
add up 10 megs...oops that all aside meander 

Anyway, I found that on 11/17/99 i must have come across cogito in Foucault's 
Pendulum... both
Printed and Scribed (in reverse) the single word cogito... AND what she said is 
fucking awesome!

I so think this little bit of info you steered about the writing automaton (FOR 
ME, at very least)
may even top my remembering watching I've got  secret in ...1969?... when 
Bess Myers.. (or one
of themI 'm not really sure which) guessed Ray Kurzweil's secret that he 
had a computer that
could read handwriting.

I think it's fair to say we are approaching muli-mediation nOw 


--- mIEKAL aND [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 (check out the videos of the doll in action, still works after all  
 these years)
 
 from fogonazos:
 
 The writing automaton
 
 In the eighteenth century, 200 years before little ASIMO started to  
 walk or to climb stairs, the great Jaquet-Droz built an automaton  
 which could scrawl any sentence on a piece of paper and had a  
 chilling repertory of human-like movements. Read the story an then  
 check it out at the videos:
 
 Completed by 1772, 'The Writer' was the most perfect and complex  
 automaton built by swiss clockmaker Jacquet-Droz. His astonishing  
 mechanism was presented in every court in Europe and fascinated the  
 world's most important people: the kings and emperors of China, India  
 and Japan.
 
 http://fogonazos.blogspot.com/2007/01/writing-automaton.html
 


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Cogito

2007-01-17 Thread D^Vid D^Vizio
http://anafoucault.blogspot.com/2007/01/cogito-algae-retries-algorall.html

 
 http://fogonazos.blogspot.com/2007/01/writing-automaton.html
 


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The Courtship of Eddie's Father - New Audio by Lewis LaCook at lewislacook.org

2007-01-17 Thread Lewis LaCook
http://www.lewislacook.org/index.php?option=com_zoomItemid=43page=viewcatid=1PageNo=2key=14hit=1


Lewis LaCook, Senior Engineer
Abstract Outlooks Media


http://www.abstractoutlooks.com
Abstract Outlooks Media - Premium Web Hosting, Development, and Art Photography
http://www.lewislacook.org
lewislacook.org - New Media Poetry and Poetics
http://www.xanaxpop.org
Xanax Pop - the poetry of Lewis LaCook




Geo Tito

2007-01-17 Thread D^Vid D^Vizio
http://anautomata.blogspot.com/2007/01/oui-daccord-cestlmanoevre-plus.html

D^

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Re: many thankfuls are the habitat of I am present tense

2007-01-17 Thread Dirk Vekemans
Eeee Sheieieieeil!!
thou art no M thou Art
u gerundive us into antverpia
uposit time itself 
o do plunge us
into these 
beautabyssimas!!!
SEMtexta stampede!!!


d.

- Original Message 
From: Sheila Murphy [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: WRYTING-L@LISTSERV.WVU.EDU
Sent: Wednesday, 17 January, 2007 8:59:31 PM
Subject: many thankfuls are the habitat of I am present tense

many thankfuls are the habitat of I am present tense

 

for Tim Scannell

 

composite breakfront beaker qua replete with with with 

stowable p/ARTS glitter and stamping face face

yes [squared] to hypothesis route this 

feel held field relished relishing return to

all the posing stamps 4 cents 6 cents 1 cent 5

and fish oops birds

the cutting is a generous extra

polation palacing the white

and looking forward one

cannot help this gerund all across 

the place I'm thinking NOW AND

ON THE HOUR

 

 

sheila e. murphy

 










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parsian shardonyx

2007-01-17 Thread phanero
parsian shardonyx / c spine/d sense/d  clamp/d 
http://www.phaneronoemikon.org/images/arf121.bmp


Anny Ballardini's NarcissusWorks

2007-01-17 Thread phanero

http://annyballardini.blogspot.com/2007/01/blog-post_116820701372682361.html
http://annyballardini.blogspot.com/2007/01/blog-post_116820671781123481.html


Just wanted to call attention to two of Anny Ballardini's posts which come very close to being real versions of Giovanni 
Battista Piranesi's Roman Fragments series from his Lapides Capitolini. For a very interesting discussion of 
Piranesi's fragments and the aesthetics it proposes which really isn't that different from say Bjorn's codework, see p. 
172-176 in Barbara Maria Stafford's _Body Criticism_.. + some great wallpaper! I picked up the two lovers swimming

arm in arm in the ether like ghosts or psyches..

specifically this image is what i thought of:
http://voyager.arts7.hu/voyager/images/piranesi/ix/ix_392.png

but check out the whole series here if interested:
http://voyager.arts7.hu/voyager/images/piranesi/index.htm 


nznl.com digest, Jan 11, 2007 - Jan 17, 2007

2007-01-17 Thread Geert Dekkers

nznl.com digest
Jan 11, 2007 - Jan 17, 2007
Posts  1678 - 1684

http://nznl.com
rss http://nznl.com/geert/nznl.xml
screensaver (macosx only) http://graphics.nznl.org/ 
nznl_com_screensaver.dmg (1684 images, 81.3 MB)


1678. Jan 11, 2007
2 TACKS AND 3 BLOBS, 2011, ACRYLICS, STEEL
fireworks file
http://nznl.com/index.php?dag=20070111

1679. Jan 12, 2007
R STRANDS G STRANDS B STRANDS, 2011, FIBRES, PIGMENTS, GLASS, PLASTICS
fireworks file
http://nznl.com/index.php?dag=20070112

1680. Jan 13, 2007
THREE RELAXED CANVASES, 2011, DYED CANVAS, RELAXED
fireworks file
http://nznl.com/index.php?dag=20070113

1681. Jan 14, 2007
BLUE POND, 2011, POND, IKB (INTERNATIONAL KLEIN BLUE)
fireworks file
http://nznl.com/index.php?dag=20070114

1682. Jan 15, 2007
EVASIVE CONTENT, 2011, RGB PROJECTOR, LEAD
fireworks file
http://nznl.com/index.php?dag=20070115

1683. Jan 16, 2007
CROSS SECTION, 2011, EXHIBITION HALL (TOP), POWER NODE (BOTTOM)
fireworks file
http://nznl.com/index.php?dag=20070116

1684. Jan 17, 2007
GENERATOR, 2011, GENERATOR, VIDEO PROJECTORS
fireworks file
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two men

2007-01-17 Thread Sheila Murphy

two men

one never knew when he should go home.
others with grace allowed this
inextricable and unwanted bond
to fester. he looked less young
that he had ever been.

another wrote about a gradual release
of mind replete with complication
that would often challenge loved ones,
now declaring he had not a breath of recollection
of an enemy.

that these two have never met is neither
logical nor illogical.
mere fact apart from linkage
sounds like nothing unless someone
decides to juxtapose the two
and draw some hinge from scratch.

one man will grow to be no other.
and another will reach for life
imposing his collection of
broad understanding on
an unsuspecting audience
always ill-equipped to dream
with reciprocity.

sheila e. murphy


note of a dream within a piranisi painting

2007-01-17 Thread D^Vid D^Vizio
http://ana-logues.blogspot.com/2007/01/textual-dreamware-note.html



d^Vizio

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