“Soliloquy” by Kenneth Goldsmith

Screen capture from “Soliloquy” by Kenneth Goldsmith. White background with blue-colored text. It seems to be like the lines are continuously appearing without being separated by paragraphs. Text: “West Side Coffe Shop, 223/ West, Franz, 265/ WFMU, 16, 41, 48, 52, 71, 73 , 81, 83, 84-8…/ 222, 225, 237, 250, 254, 255, 266/ When Harry Met Sally, 81/ White Columns, 5, 43, 50, 238/ White, Michelle, 21, 95, 224/ White, Stanford, 206,/ Whitney Museum of American Art, 248, 265/ Whitney Program, 145, 263/ Windex, 239/ Windt, Kaat de, 83/ Windfrew, Oprah, 205/ Wittels, Lauren, 235-236, 238/ Wittgenstein, Ludwig, 23, 32, 32 106, 150,/ Wolf, Arthur, 204/ Wondrich, David, 11, 38, 51, 215/ Woodstock, 142/ Workman’s Circle, 125/ Workways, 99-100/ World Café, 136, 347, 358, 366, 373”
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“White-Faced Bromeliads on 20 Hectares” by Loss Pequeño Glazier

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“Rice” by geniwate

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“Generative Poetry” by geniwate

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“Chemical Landscapes Digital Tales” by Edward Falco

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“Like Stars in a Clear Night Sky” by Sharif Ezzat

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“Accounts of the Glass Sky” by M. D. Coverley

Screeen capture from "Accounts of the Glass Sky" by M. D. Coverley. Blue background with black font and the image of little children smiling. text: "Report ont he sky, 1920 / The sky was just there. / No one worried about it. The children / who were at this birthday party have / lived their lives and are at rest, having never / wondered when the sky would / turn to glass. / In 1920, in Hollywood CA, / there was talk of pollution, / but everyone said that it would go away. / And it has '.
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“Jean-Pierre Balpe ou les Lettres Dérangées” by Patrick-Henri Burgaud

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“Stir Fry Texts” by Jim Andrews

Screen shot from “Stir Fry Texts” by Jim Andrews.  Black background with white, gray and blue text. Text: “I split the full scale mark – I choke/ Who now is the author? Who really ca/ the mail? Let him whine and fret ab/ important thing is not who writes or m/ the bookie can tell, then I begin di/ walked in. the hyacinth itself a wo/ Good way of rubbing n texts together/ bacteria of the reader, the various use-/ Good way to see what that langua/ Joseph Weizenbaum/ Computer Power and Human re.”
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“On Lionel Kearns” by Jim Andrews

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