Friday, June 02, 2006

This work brings fragmentary objects into contact with one another to create resonances, juxtapositions, rifts, networks. mirroR facing Blankness uses reading and seeing as techniques for assembling. The text is an assemblage of words that are connected to one another on different functional planes (meaning, sound, repetition, proximity), and the readers experience becomes an assemblage of images derived from attempting to parse the text. Procedural readings applied to this labyrinth emphasize the artifice of the combinations, and create new sets of connections. 

(de-)facing "mirroR facing Blankness": essay and notes by poet and composer
Jon Sakata and Christopher Jones

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