Asemic – visual poetry

My undergrad is in computer science so I’m very interested in the idea of plurality, questioning time. I studied to be a Hypnotherapist and just loved that the year long course boiled down to seeing the client as “fixed” in your mind and basically that them….the power of the spirit as word making realities.

I enjoy writing a type of post-modern poetry but I’m not as light or whimsical as the first generation – I like to question the fabric life with a darkened lenses of coming to terms of nothing ever being resolved.

I found asemic poetry through Steven and like my practice but am looking to learn more.

The poems I’ve attached is a play on mark making using heavy wax pigments, powder, and using the lid of the pigment to scratch my own language. No paint brushes for this style.

Asemic poem titled – Workwise, it’s nap time, over on RIC Journal,

Asemic poem titled – Workwise, it’s nap time, over on RIC Journal, based in Jaipur / Paris RIC is for: Red In Corner – RIC : a declaration, a dogma, a necessity. In another time, it could even have been a religion. An aesthetic observation, all equilibrated pictures obey to this golden rule: presence ofContinue reading “Asemic poem titled – Workwise, it’s nap time, over on RIC Journal,”

Coven Poetry – cover art is my asemic poem and it is thrilling.

This is a new journal and, yup, so thrilling. The vispo (visual poetry) is just so pow-punch-chill. Editor – E.P Jenkins is a poet and artist based in Kent, a recent graduate of Royal Holloway’s Poetic Practice MA. Coven Poetry is an online literature and art journal that seeks to give space to the innovativeContinue reading “Coven Poetry – cover art is my asemic poem and it is thrilling.”

Train Journal – Asemic / visual poetry

This asemic / visual poem titled office stuff varnishes for repairs was published in Train Journal a very cool place for vispo poetry. This is a play on mark making using heavy wax pigments, powder, and using the lid of the pigment to scratch my own language. No paint brushes for this style.

The Pi Review

One of my first turning points in creating asemic poetry was this piece, so was happy to get this poem published. I feel that I found my asemic – visual poetry voice and it’s advanced from there. This particular poem was the start of The Blue Series. Many thanks to The Pi Review for publishingContinue reading “The Pi Review”

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