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Excerpt from “45′ for a Speaker”

Excerpt from “45′ for a Speaker” in “An Anthology of Chance Operations” (1963)

John Cage section title in “An Anthology of Chance Operations” (1963)

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John Cage

Excerpt from "45' for a Speaker"

This excerpt from Cage’s “45′ for a Speaker” (1961) appears in Jackson Mac Low and La Monte Young’s An Anthology of Chance Operations (1963), a collection of typographically-experimental “concrete poetry.” This Cage excerpt is featured alongside George Brecht, Earle Brown, and Joseph Byrd. 112 more words

John Cage

A Poem: Georges, Reflections of Seurat on a Sunday

A photo-poem by Paris-based writer and designer Damien Donnelly, inspired by 19th-century French painter Georges Seurat and the island of La Grande Jatte, the scene of his most famous work.

Photography

Mulder and Scully Meet the Were-Monster


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Concrete Poetry

Omphatyp'

Derivation of “Omphatyp”:

–  from Omphalos, the centre, the belly, where until umbilically cut, we have home. Belly, also suggesting “gut reaction”.

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Philosophy

a quiet evisceration

Behind the screen I listened to the fawning, toadying visitor flatter my studio companion.

Quietly I

gutted

stuffed

cradled

hung

and

carried on dreaming as

a few feathers floated

down…

Art

SAND-DUNES AND THEIR WAYS

Sand-Dunes & their Ways

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I was day-dreaming about Sand-dunes

and their sly, purposeful, creeping ways,

as I stood in the shallows of Deadmans Beach… 230 more words