Xavier Canals

Author and audience are placed in planes away, in different sizes, in reality unknown, although the presence on the screen may give a false character proximity. (a ) In one of those pages, the poet Lorenzo Facorro, the invention of words is almost innocent linked to significant cyber assimilated by the subconscious as a the e-motion. On the website of the Syncretism a Arahna Angel delves into the gap and spatial sense of dream-multimedia world. And of course, Xavier Canals, delight in the movement, in conjunction with the image open text (of the paper to the screen of the visual to the computer to open networks using the word). On the merits, and in any case the technique employed and the adjectives used, a constant visual poetry sites on the net is heterodoxy and blend the lyrical and the plastic, as also happened in many of future proposals. Celina Dubin describes an additional similar source. But the subtlety of the network connection can not only dazzle from engineering and graphic skill of the authors. In the simple peace poem = bread Clemente Padin we have the perfect example of how a play is also a set of images and therefore a deliberate reversal of reality. It is possible that in the near future this we await word as nanotechnology, fiber optics, 3D sound, fractal geometry, cyberspace, digital knowledge, tele-presense, linked to visual poetry.

Hugo Pontes would say, the meaning lies in the be-knot-world of visual poetry. The antipoems Typoems and Ana Maria Uribe is a clear example of contradiction inherent in this conceptual process, which before the abyss of the technology is able to return to literally, the book-poem “Inferno” of Dante. In traces of absence, a cameresa , a Julian Alvarez plays with the hypertext structure (digital information flow open and multiple). While in the work of Ricardo Ugarte visual silence contrasts with the linear hiperdiscurso. Infinite ways to tackle the problem of decontextualized language, futuristic, open (a ) Julio Fernandez Pelaez Abstract: This article analyzes the current boom of visual poetry in the network as a natural process arising from a futuristic nature.