UbuWeb

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– worth much more than just a look and a read …

ABOUT UBUWEB
Concrete poetry’s utopian pan-internationalist bent was clearly articulated by Max Bense in 1965 when he stated, “… concrete poetry does not separate languages; it unites them; it combines them. It is this part of its linguistic intention that makes concrete poetry the first international poetical movement.”

The pioneers of concrete poetry could only dream of the now-standard tools used to make language move and morph, stream and scream, distributed worldwide instantaneously at little cost.

UbuWeb embodies an unstable community, neither vertical nor horizontal but rather a Deleuzian nomadic model: a 4 dimensional space simultaneously expanding and contracting in every direction, growing “rhizomatically” with ever-increasing unpredictability and uncanniness.

.. there is also a lot to listen to .. like Beckett’s Text for nothing..
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