I'm a bit surprised and more than a little delighted that I'll be showing Aleph Null (http://vispo.com/aleph
) in Paris at the Sorbonne at the &Now conference on innovative writing (http://andnowfestival.com
) in June. And three kind scholars will be giving presentations on Aleph Null. Thanks to Leo Flores, Saemmer Alexandra, and Mark Marino for their interest in Aleph Null.
I'm delighted that my scholar friends and the people organizing the conference are interested in Aleph Null and in seeing it in a context of innovative writing; after all, it is a visual piece, is more evidently a work of programmerly visual art rather than of writing. But they are right that it's useful to see it in a writerly context. My site is a writing site; writing is what I've been doing for thirty years. The whole vispo.com
Poets are now also writers of zeroes and ones--but in the secret codes of art! You are the code breaker--some imagination required!