Z I N E n
a journal of new media experimental visual literary theory practice
1998 MAY 1
and creative fun washed up on Zn's shores this past week...
you will find here is first rate:
Rafael sends notice of his new Web site of art, poetry, sound,
and vampires in Venezuela -- very spooky, nicely done...
Rafael J. Juárez M.
And my good friend Jim sends a note to say genetics research is
spooky (and I agree), and that he has posted a new vispo work in
celebration of the arrival of spring. See this work at...
Jim Andrews Vispo: The Pen
From the ever-creative gang on Luigi-Bob Drake's
Wr-Eye-Tings Scratchpad and visual poetry discussion list:
Reiner in Germany asks, "who has said? 'if i am hit by a stone and
seem to die the question do i exist - really is not of interest any
more'" -- I don't know the answer to that, but maybe you can
find the answer at his Web site...
Rinaldo in Italy says, "the sky was a TV tuned to a dead channel" --
and we can only hope he is being poetic here, or quoting William Gibson.
Rinaldo maintains a cool 'beat' resource Web site you can visit at...
Komninos in Australia always has something interesting to say. You
can see some fine poetry in action at his newly redesigned
Web site of very animated visual poetry and writings...
And Joe from somewhere east sent a nice chart showing average
unhappiness of bugs versus time, and I am grateful, I think.
Publisher and editor Gary Crighton brings New Media Notes to
Zn this week (and it is a privilege to have him). Look into Zn +++
to see what's new in new media from Ireland and Europe... and a most
hearty welcome to Gary!
US artist and teacher Barbara Branham is featured guest artist for
the month of May in the Guest Wing at the Room... with big thanks to
Barbara! Look in for powerful and exquisite conte drawings...
a Room without Walls
You bet! Look into Zn NEW to find new postings of events for artists and writers, and Zn WEB for more new links to fine new media artists and resources on the Web.
And what's behind it all? ... ???
As always, I look forward to hearing more from you, and enjoy.
Copyright © 1998 Ted Warnell. All Rights Reserved