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Shapes by Tim Gaze is available now at Bandcamp! A Post-Asemic Press Sound Poetry/Sonic Release #005
It is titled ʂ ɦ ɑ p ɛ ʃ and is a full album of sonic speech invention.
Tim recently finished a degree in linguistics and his education serves him well in these recordings.
They are difficult to describe but are a pleasure to listen to. The recordings are a new direction pointing towards the future of sound poetry, where Tim engages with the technology of modern recording and effects, but also tells an ancient story of mind and magick. Without any more words, the album best explains itself. Also look out for Tim Gaze's collection of asemic writing Glyphs of Uncertain Meaning coming out this spring 2021 from PAP.
ʂ ɦ ɑ p ɛ ʃ sound poetry by Tim Gaze
The tracks were recorded between 2017 & 2020 at home all compositions written, produced & performed by Tim Gaze
All tracks are Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial license
Cover art & design by Tim Gaze
Sound poem 1 & sound poem 3 previously published in Utsanga 19
Influences: Henri Chopin, Jaap Blonk, dub, techno timgazesoundpoetry<@>gmail<.>com
Wednesday, November 25, 2020
An Interview with Michael Jacobson by Jay Paul on the Schizoaffective Blog about his new book Hei Kuu!
I was interviewed by Jay Paul on his blog Schizoaffective about my new poetry collection of senryu poems Hei Kuu. Click here to read the interview.
The poems are not asemic but they are the backstory behind my asemic writing.
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In this new/old inexhaustible asemic writing genre, SJ Fowler digs, not a grave for literature, but a hole to plant seeds for a new scribal species currently undergoing a wild flowering on and offline. Fowler keeps his asemic gestures rolling onto the cloud white pages by his pen striking like neuronic lightning, waking up the reader to an essential epiphany: we are here to be human and to acknowledge ourselves. From cave scribbling to blinding Internet speeds, It’s up to each generation to reinvent the human asemic scrawl and scribble, and SJF is a natural at this form of artistic expression, his “primitive” pen being a perfect tool for him to use for this type of calligraphic work. In The Selected Scribbling and Scrawling, and asemic writing in general, the purpose is about taking in writing in its complete totality, and capturing the grand swathe of historical and the contemporary writing styles, unifying and synthesizing the non-verbal with the slightly legible word(s). SJF champions his mighty pen like a precision instrument to harvest the agriculture of manuscription swirling around inside his mind. As asemic readers and writers we witness this experience together, and Fowler strives to entertain us well in the amount of time we spend between the covers. Asemic writing is an interesting glue to hold an essential part of early 21st century writing culture together, and SJF knows how to creatively express himself honestly in this zeitgeist.
—Michael Jacobson, author of Works & Interviews and Hei Kuu
is a writer, poet and artist who lives in London. His work has been commissioned by Tate Modern, BBC Radio 3, Somerset House, Tate Britain, London Sinfonietta, Southbank Centre, National Centre for Writing, National Poetry Library, Science Museum and Liverpool Biennial amongst others. As of 2020 has published eight collections of poetry, five of art-poetry, six of collaborative poetry plus volumes of selected essays and selected collaborations. His writing has explored subjects as diverse as prescription drugs, films, fight sports, museums, prisons and animals. He was part of the first ever Hub residency at Wellcome Collection, and is currently poet-in-residence at J&L Gibbons architects and formerly at Kensal Green Cemetery. He is associate artist at Rich Mix. He has been sent to Peru, Bangladesh, Iraq, Argentina, Georgia and other destinations by The British Council and has performed at over 50 international festivals including Hay on Wye, Cervantino in Mexico, Berlin Literature Festival and Hay Xalapa. His feature-length films have premiered at Whitechapel Gallery and his plays have been produced by Penned in the Margins and Dash Arts. He was nominated for the White Review prize for Fiction in 2014 and his short stories appear in anthologies such as ‘Liberating the Canon’. His visual art has been exhibited at the Palais de Tokyo, V&A, Hardy Tree Gallery, Jerwood Space and Mile End Art Pavilion, with installations at Kielder Forest and Tate St Ives. His librettos have been performed at LSO St Lukes, Wigmore Hall and Guildhall Music School. His articles have appeared in Nature, Vice Magazine and Jacket2. He’s been translated into 27 languages and produced collaborations with over 150 artists. He has pioneered the fields of performance literature, literary curation, collaborative poetry and Neuropoetics. His asemic writing, sound poetry and concrete poetry have also become known internationally.
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Marzi Margo's suggestion to make something asemic out of Gertrude Stein's writing by Volodymyr Bilyk
I have a new series for you - inspired by Marzi Margo's suggestion to make something asemic out of Gertrude Stein's writing. So i decided to handwrite some Tender Buttons while attaching a marker on selfie stick (don't ask). The result was a stain on the wall. So i took on the table and tried that way. And it mostly didn't worked too - but i had a lot of scribble that resembled alphabet - so i scanned it and recombined the scans into sequences. It was timeconsuming, pointless and fun. Never try this at home.