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Poems in process (Circumnavigation)

Chopping, editing, and curating #poems by pairing them with fuzzy, vaguely metaphorical Lomo snapshots, like cheap wine and old cheese. Themes of circumnavigation, hubris, abandonment, confusion, rainy windows, dogmatic traditions, jealousy and zealots.

Bosphorus Float (poem in process)

Poem (scribbled): Wildflower (for Foster / with key), 2017

Poem, handwritten: Wildflower (with key)
Poem, handwritten: Wildflower (with key)

Fck Stats, Make Art – Misc. prezo artifacts, notes, remixes

Whilst tidying, archiving notes and artifacts used in “Fck Stats, Make Art” talk presented at SXSWi 2009. Other round-up also available. These are the bits leftover yet worthy indeed. Mostly items remixed and created by others from the aforementioned spiel.

Mojo makes a slide about Translucency
Mojo makes a slide about Translucency
Sketches and notes by Monique Trottier Sherrett at Fck Stats. Make Art spiel at SXSWi, 2009
Sketches and notes by Monique Trottier Sherrett at Fck Stats. Make Art spiel at SXSWi, 2009

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Are You Worthy? (Greeks to Geeks) – Prezo artifacts and notes

Analog stuff at WordCamp Whistler by Miss604

Whilst tidying, I gathered up snaps of the materials in my suitcase plus various archiving notes and artifacts used in “Are you Worthy? – Publishing from Greeks to Geeks” talk presented at Wordcamp Whistler, January 2000.

Audio/video/round-up and Are you Worthy transcription also available.

These are the bits leftover, yet worthy indeed – loosely organized and starting with me, on the city bus in Whistler with my suitcase full of secrets:

Step one: get on the bus with a suitcase
Checklist (unverified) of items in suitcase

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Poem (scribbled): Mt Neahkahnie, 2004

Poem in process -– Mt. Neahkahnie (scribbled)
Poem in process -– Mt. Neahkahnie (scribbled), 2004

Mt. Neahkahnie overlooks Manzanita, Oregon.

I climbed the mountain with watercolour and stationery in tow to write a letter for the “Letters from Russia” project (I wrote each by hand, one at a time, in situ, in “character”). As it goes, i “warmed up” by scribbled a bit of freeverse about surrounding, circumstances, and sensations of the location, on the back of a notepad.