Sunday, October 23, 2011

Catalog Page For The Rhythm Of Structure

I had the pleasure to be a part of, "The Rhythm of Structure" poetry event in NYC in the summer of 2010. The John Sims project has had many branches and events over the last three years and is having a closing symposium at the Antioch College in November of 2011. Here is the page for the catalog that I originally made for John. The page shows four mathematical poems of which the bottom one is a substitution poem made by solving the previous two poems for the word "thinking" and setting both of those poems equal to each other and then solving for "Hell."


Anonymous said...

never thought about it this way before

Kaz Maslanka said...

Thanks for dropping by and commenting. I would love to hear any reactions to the work here.

Telegraphic Eagerness and Telescopic Sameness said...

I hardly know any math, but Clarity might be misspelled.

How would a Mathimatiker denote the idea that a person is always moving from situation to situation, like an argument into a function, often-but-not-always altered, from birth to death?

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