luuwa 10 | Edward Kulemin @ niederngasse.it

 

Luuwa, n. 10, Edward Kulemin, rubrica a cura di Francesco Aprile

http://niederngasse.it/rubriche/approfondimenti/edward-kulemin?fbclid=IwAR3j6zbl8nDFM4f-ITA4HFv36JsPM2_M9bO69BQJaVOT1-SbuF5NNH9LSTI

Edward Kulemin _ NiedernGasse

 

 

luuwa 09 – Volodymyr Bilyk

luuwa 09 – a cura di f. a. @ niederngasse.it

http://www.niederngasse.it/rubriche/approfondimenti/volodymyr-bilyk?fbclid=IwAR2410KaFKDYcG7RtbvAsmXNZ8yFtGWHoTJvR-50Hb51n5yjoHsfMLOIKNU

Volodymyr Bilyk _ NiedernGasse

Volodymyr Bilyk: These works follow a grand of tradition of detournement – hijacking already existing works and using them in making something new. The pieces are twofold. You have abstract poems composed of letters from various sources and you have other visual elements that emphasize the semantics. The pieces were made by culling together different elements of high-resolution images of jazz covers and Bauhaus designs.

luuwa 08, niederngasse.it – Luc Fierens-Margot Modonesi

luuwa 08, niederngasse.it – Luc Fierens-Margot Modonesi

I poèmes analphabetiques sono una serie di collage, composti nel 2004 sulle carte di un quaderno da disegno, che, in linea con la titolazione, si prefiggono l’obiettivo di non essere assunti a organizzazione di valori dogmatici e unidirezionali…(m. m.)

http://www.niederngasse.it/rubriche/approfondimenti/luc-fierens?fbclid=IwAR3idHdESrazTz5-zhORHaxqYwD2rXniubF7cRmZ0-9Z9g_plBAJ8ovOZ58

Luc Fierens

Luuwa 07 / Nico Vassilakis, from THEN THERE WAS YOU

Luuwa 07 / Nico Vassilakis, from THEN THERE WAS YOU – 24/06/2019

luuwa, rubrica a cura di Francesco Aprile

http://www.niederngasse.it/rubriche/approfondimenti/nico-vassilakis?fbclid=IwAR2uSiQSl1XbtL7augg3zirKAspJquMBAqitxE9x2TD1jjQ-GCx3Q5-i-BA

 

The circle is everything, is everywhere. A word is made and then collapses and it reforms endlessly. Letters, our children, play and dance over the canvass of our mind’s eye. They make the word one letter at a time while forming word signage for our convenience. In these examples here, they are in a whirl caught before ever organizing into a word. Bits of letters on excursion, rows of punctuation in frolic with the guiding premise that words disintegrate. Most people see words that become devalued by visual deterioration as the destruction of language. I see the release and rise of the Letter Empire. Each letter a sound, a thought, a visual concept that houses our human history. Letters are always on the verge of combining into words. But what if they were never to reach that result? I wdnt no ow say this you. Gja frun koltk ‘deyp wwqh olf. H s R gh x -u tt L. Vvv e w( o OQa z
(nico vassilakis)

Nico Vassilakis
Nico Vassilakis