“Wotclock” by John Cayley

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“Windsound” by John Cayley

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“Translation” by John Cayley

“The Set of U” by Philippe Bootz and Marcel Frémiot

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“Urbanalities” by Babel vs. Escha

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This “short story-poem-comic strip-musical” by Chris Joseph and María Colino consists of 10 highly stylized Flash pieces in the Dada and Constructivist traditions. Two particularly arresting poems are “River” and “Sex/Conception” (see images above) because of how they use their images and randomly generated texts.

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“Stir Fry Texts” by Jim Andrews

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“On Lionel Kearns” by Jim Andrews

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“Nio” by Jim Andrews

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