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  1. Stan VanDerBeek

    American experimental filmmaker. His desire for the utopian led him to work with Ken Knowlton in a co-operation at Bell Labs, where dozens of computer animated films and holographic experiments were created by the end of the 1960s. Between 1964 and 1967 Vanderbeek created Poem Field, a series of 8 computer-generated animations with Ken

    (Source: Wikipedia)

    Eric Dean Rasmussen - 17.03.2011 - 14:09

  2. Wlademir Dias-Pino

    Wlademir Dias-Pino, nascido no Rio de Janeiro em 1927 e tendo residido por um longo período em Cuiabá, é um poeta visual que participou da Exposição Nacional de Arte Concreta, em 1956, tendo sido um dos fundadores do poema/processo em 1967 e o primeiro autor a publicar o chamado “poema livro” ou “Livro-poema”, chamado n’Ave. O que caracteriza o livro-poema é o papel em seu aspecto físico como fazendo parte do poema, tornado um só corpo físico, de forma que o poema só existe porque existe o livro, visto como objeto. Poema/processo é aquele que, a cada nova experiência, inaugura processos informacionais. Essa informaço pode ser estética ou não: o importante é que seja funcional e, portanto, consumida. O poema resolve-se por si mesmo, desencadeando-se (projeto), não necessitando de interpretação para a sua justificação. Processo: auto-superação do poema que se gasta conforme suas probabilidades vão sendo exploradas e que envelhece quando é sobrepujada por outro poema que o admita e exceda. Poema / processo: a consciência diante de novas linguagens, criando-as, manipulando-as dinamicamente e fundando probabilidades criativas.

    Luciana Gattass - 16.10.2012 - 11:49

  3. Decio Pignatari

    Décio Pignatari (August 20, 1927 – December 2, 2012) was a Brazilian poet, essayist and translator.

    Born in Jundiaí in 1927, Pignatari began conducting experiments with poetic language, incorporating visuals elements and the fragmentation of words in the 1950s. Such verbal adventures culminated in concretism, aesthetic movement that he co-founded with Augusto and Haroldo de Campos, with whom he edited the journals Noigandres and Invention and published the Theory of Concret Poetry (1965).

    As a theorist of communication and semiotics, Pignatari translated works of Marshall McLuhan and published the essay Information, Language and Communication (1968). His poetic work can also be read in Poesia Pois é Poesia (Poetry because it's Poetry) (1977).

    Pignatari published translations of Dante Alighieri, Goethe and Shakespeare, among others, gathered in Portrait of Love when Young (1990) and 231 poems. He also published a volume of stories The Face of Memory (1988) and the novel Panteros (1992), as well as a work for theater, Céu de Lona (Sailcloth Sky).

    He died in São Paulo of a respiratory illness on December 2, 2012.

    (Source: wikipedia)

    Luciana Gattass - 05.12.2012 - 15:28

  4. David Markson

    David Markson’s novels are an erudite labyrinth of intertextuality, filled with allusions and references to literature, art history, philosophy, and the creators thereof. As his novels progress, they explore the theme of artistic (literary) creation and the isolation of the artist, through an increasingly abstract interior monologue. Having produced six novels in the past 35 years, Markson is by no means a prolific novelist, but he more than makes up for quantity with quality.

    (Source: https://madinkbeard.com/archives/david-markson-an-introduction)

    Ana Castello - 17.10.2017 - 14:52

  5. Guy Davenport

    Guy Mattison Davenport was an American author, translator, illustrator, painter, intellectual and teacher.

    Ole Kristian Sæther Skoge - 01.10.2021 - 16:34