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Wednesday, 29 July 2015 06:08

Broken Image - A sculptural poem

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Broken image Broken image Samantha McCulloch
Broken Image - A sculptural poem

Yesterday, I imagined printing an image of fragmented stone pillars on light paper
(Dream image) the pillars are dispersed on the nature strip
Their textures mottled with lichen and moss
The eucalypts and museum are pictured in the background
(Dream action) I left the image under a rock with autumnal leaves
and a cassette
I photographed it
Afterwards, I played the cassette on a tape recorder
The reflections of a retired geologist are on the cassette

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Geological history is one long record of conflict between destructive agencies, which break down and remove, and restoring agencies, which accumulate and build up
The lighter the particles, the farther they are carried

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I am trying to find a way to digitize the content
Map and territory merge 
In a striated image composed of fissures in code 
The anatomy of JPEG files 

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Broken images
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                         anti                                         algorithms 

Form and subject

        merge 

concrete codes                        
fractured words
A respite in the image

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Image monument  -  d i s p e r s e d   and   s t r i a t e d 
hiatus in the  j   p   e   g 
Form as subject, subject as form 
This is the tallest moss in the world
is writing as citing, citing as writing

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Here is the limit

 
This is the limiting form

 

 

 

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