Visual Poetry Without Natural Language

Research Collection
Description: 

Visual Poetry without natural language is a collection of poetry that are primarily Visual, and devoid of obvious language. There might be nonsense words and may be onomatopoeia or there can be words or sentences in code. They do not contain any ordinary words or sentences of any language, unless they are completely unreadable or only at first glance. They may have Language hidden in code or tossed together in piles. They might contain letters, but without words. In this way the letters will have only a visual function. Sound can be pressent, even speech, as long as it doesn't articulates whole words or sentences, which could be understood.

People:

Namesort descending Residency
Ana María Uribe
Argentina
AR
Eric Zboya
Calgary
Canada
CA
Jörg Piringer
Vienna
Austria
AT
Ted Warnell

Critical Writing:

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Rebecca Lundal