Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Pictorial 'Nouns' & 'Grammar' Undone by Andreas Maria Jacobs

These are more paintings then asemic writing although they sure will fit in the definition as depicting language but not as a sequence of words but more as elements of pictorial 'nouns' where the 'grammar' is undone from its supposed formal rules system.

Monday, May 16, 2016

3 Asemic Works from David Felix


Plant labels

Pavement brick

David Felix is a visual poet who comes from a family of artists, magicians and tailors. Born in Wales, UK, sometime during the last century, he was raised on oil paint, sleight of hand and Singer sewing machines. For over fifty years David has been working with language in a visual way - a long history in paint and collage, in three dimensions, in galleries and festivals, publications, performances and video. He is currently based on the island of Funen, in southern Denmark.

Sunday, May 15, 2016 Call for Works for a show of Asemic Writing in Italy proposes a call for Asemic Writing exhibition. The call concerns asemic handwriting, asemic and Vispo, asemic and glitch, and the other asemic declinations. Curators are: Francesco Aprile, Cristiano Caggiula, Elisa Carella. Curators will choose the works that will be exposed. All the artworks will not given back to the artist because the works will be included in the Utsanga archive. Size limit: 50×70 cm Deadline: 20-07-2016 Send to:

Cristiano Caggiula
Via dei Crispolti 29
 Palazzina 12, Interno 12
00159 - Rome

Sunday, May 8, 2016

Asemic Writing no.1 by Roland Buckingham-Hsiao

Asemic Writing no.1 was produced by placing a sheet of 120 gsm drawing paper underneath rice paper while writing Chinese calligraphy in seal script. The ink soaked through leaving a ghostly confused memory of the written language.