Posts tagged micah lexier

»marcel duchamp’s missed opportunity« by micah lexier (+)
(on tumblr)

»marcel duchamp’s missed opportunity« by micah lexier (+)

(on tumblr)

»notes to self: ask others about themselves« by micah lexier (+)
(on tumblr)

»notes to self: ask others about themselves« by micah lexier (+)

(on tumblr)

»this box, this piece of paper« by micah lexier (+)
via nothingelsepress:

toronto, canada: nothing else press, 201223 x 15 x 2 cm.edition of 25, signed and numbered copies a simple and elegant tautological loop, beautifully foil-stamped.available from the nothing else press, for $65.00 CDN. http://www.nothingelsepress.com/MicahLexierHome.html

»this box, this piece of paper« by micah lexier (+)

via nothingelsepress:

toronto, canada: nothing else press, 2012
23 x 15 x 2 cm.
edition of 25, signed and numbered copies a simple and elegant tautological loop, beautifully foil-stamped.

available from the nothing else press, for $65.00 CDN. 

http://www.nothingelsepress.com/MicahLexierHome.html
»notes to self: write dad a letter« by micah lexier (+)
(on tumblr)

»notes to self: write dad a letter« by micah lexier (+)

(on tumblr)

»revelation 31« by micah lexier (+)
(on tumblr)

»revelation 31« by micah lexier (+)

(on tumblr)

micahlexier:

christian bök & micah lexier, two equal texts, 2007, vinyl on existing window. as installed at mkg127, toronto, 2007.

»all numbers are equal« by micah lexier (+)

via micahlexier:

Micah Lexier, All Numbers Are Equal series, 2000 and ongoing, waterjet-cut aluminum, painted various colours and produced in various sizes. In the All Number Are Equal series the numbers 1 to 9 have been analyzed and adjusted by a computer to make them equal in surface area. In some cases the numbers are sized differently in order to make them equal, in others a portion of each number is removed in order to make them equal.

»the left half of this sentence has the exact same number of letters and words as has the right half.«
»there are the exact same number of letters and words in this sentence as there are in the prior one.«

by micah lexier (+)

(on tumblr)

look what i received today:

»this is me writing« by micah lexier

if you are lucky you can get one of the last examples here: http://www.paulandwendyprojects.com/writing.html

»clock« by michael dumontier & micah lexier

»clock« is a book in which each jacket is a unique colour combination of cloth cover and foil stamping. the book contains 8 off-set printed images of clocks within 96 pages and letterpress printed endpapers. two black ribbons are bound within. 

(paul + wendy projects)

»this is me writing« by micah lexier (+)

(paul + wendy projects, 2008)

(via)

"notes to self: use less words (red on white)" by micah lexier (+)
(via hurtbytheword)

"notes to self: use less words (red on white)" by micah lexier (+)

(via hurtbytheword)

“two equal texts” by micah lexier and christian bok
THIS TEXT AND THE ONEBESIDE IT ARE EQUAL.I WROTE THIS ONE FIRST,AND THEN I GAVE IT TO MYFRIEND CHRISTIAN BOKAND ASKED HIM TOGENERATE A NEW TEXTUSING EVERY LETTER ANDEVERY PUNCTUATIONMARK THAT I USED IN MINE.THE OTHER TEXT IS HIS. [by micah lexier]
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MICAH LEXIER REQUESTEDIN ADVANCE THAT IREINVENT HIS TEXT. SOI UNKNOTTED IT ANDREKNITTED INTO THIS VERY FORM, BUT THEN I BEGAN TO THINK THAT HIS MESSAGE HAD ALREADY RESEWN A TOUTED ART OF GENUINE POETRY. HISEERIE TEXT WAS MINE. [by christian bok]

“two equal texts” by micah lexier and christian bok

THIS TEXT AND THE ONE
BESIDE IT ARE EQUAL.
I WROTE THIS ONE FIRST,
AND THEN I GAVE IT TO MY
FRIEND CHRISTIAN BOK
AND ASKED HIM TO
GENERATE A NEW TEXT
USING EVERY LETTER AND
EVERY PUNCTUATION
MARK THAT I USED IN MINE.
THE OTHER TEXT IS HIS. [by micah lexier]

***

MICAH LEXIER REQUESTED
IN ADVANCE THAT I
REINVENT HIS TEXT. SO
I UNKNOTTED IT AND
REKNITTED INTO THIS 
VERY FORM, BUT THEN I 
BEGAN TO THINK THAT HIS 
MESSAGE HAD ALREADY 
RESEWN A TOUTED ART 
OF GENUINE POETRY. HIS
EERIE TEXT WAS MINE. [by christian bok]

"a number of things" by micah lexier

"a number of things" by micah lexier

"all numbers are equal (cut from left)" by micah lexier

"all numbers are equal (cut from left)" by micah lexier