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Soliton - From artist's book to "moving image"



This is the second video in which I take words and images
from the pages of my artist's book and create "moving images."

About this on-going project:

This avant-garde series of illustrated books and printed media,
combining poetry and imagery, is inspired by Futurist artist's books
from the early 1900s.  Creating "moving images" from the pages
of my original artist's books allows exploration of the sonic values
of vowels and voice through the use of modern technology.

Words-Image-Sounds become new forms of "ZAUM."
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