Posts tagged lit

»untitled (there is no border here)« by shilpa gupta (+)

i tried very hard to cut the sky in half, one for my lover and one for me. but the sky kept moving and clouds from his territory came into mine. i tried pushing it away, with both my hands, harder and harder but the sky kept moving and clouds from my territory went into his. i brought a sofa and placed it in the middle, but the clouds kept floating over it. i built a wall in the middle, but the sky started to flow through it. i dug a trench, and then it rained and the sky made clouds over the trench. i tried very hard to cut

»untitled (there is no border here)« by shilpa gupta (+)

i tried very hard to cut the sky in half, one for my lover and one for me. but the sky kept moving and clouds from his territory came into mine. i tried pushing it away, with both my hands, harder and harder but the sky kept moving and clouds from my territory went into his. i brought a sofa and placed it in the middle, but the clouds kept floating over it. i built a wall in the middle, but the sky started to flow through it. i dug a trench, and then it rained and the sky made clouds over the trench. i tried very hard to cut

»diptychs« by tim youd

retyping entire novels on single sheets of paper

kangaroo word

a kangaroo word is a word that contains letters of another word, in order, with the same meaning. for example: the word masculine contains the word male, which is a synonym of the first word; similarly, the word observe contains its synonym see.

»typing (not writing)« by marianne holm hansen
from the book »typewriter art: a modern anthology« edited by barrie tullett

»typing (not writing)« by marianne holm hansen

from the book »typewriter art: a modern anthology« edited by barrie tullett

all my books are currently exhibited at the town hall gallery in australia.

each is handmade and most of them are unique. have a look at them here:

»partially removing the remove of literature« by kristen mueller

by chantal powell
»beasts abstract not« by mike winnard

project in which a text by american poet joyce kilmer was written directly onto the walls of an enclosed space. the text describes how “man’s use of symbols to make sense of the world around him separates him from roughly a million other species and the other hundred and ninety-two different kinds of ape and monkey”

»beasts abstract not« by mike winnard

project in which a text by american poet joyce kilmer was written directly onto the walls of an enclosed space. the text describes how “man’s use of symbols to make sense of the world around him separates him from roughly a million other species and the other hundred and ninety-two different kinds of ape and monkey”

»home (from a poem by nate klug)« by cheryl sorg

»home (from a poem by nate klug)« by cheryl sorg

»domiNO« by anatol knotek
(find more of my work on tumblr & have a look at my handmade books)

»domiNO« by anatol knotek

(find more of my work on tumblr & have a look at my handmade books)

»shakespeare.txt.jpg« by tom scott

six different versions of the tragedy of romeo and juliet by william shakespeare in six books. each book, except for the one that includes the original work, is obtained by applying to the text the jpeg compression algorithm at different quality levels. the cover shows the jpeg image including the altered text.

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»rotated alphabet« by anatol knotek

handmade, 26 pages, 25 x 18 cm, sewn bindings, hardcover;
limited edition of 26 pieces;

each book has a different cover, representing one letter of the alphabet.

if you are interested in buying this book just click here (paypal) or contact me.

[my books available at the moment: anachronismwachseinfalling alphabet & rotated alphabet]

»dummy« by fiona banner (+)

these are all my books, that are currently available.
each book is handmade and most of them are unique:
rotated alphabet
falling alphabet
wachsein
anachronism
(click on the links to get more information about the books)

these are all my books, that are currently available.

each book is handmade and most of them are unique:

(click on the links to get more information about the books)