Asemics Magazine: reports from that wordless Territory beyond the borders of language

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Asemic/ Pansemic? Essay & Asemics by Todd Burst

Asemic writing is a wordless open semantic form of writing.[1][2][3] The word asemic means “having no specific semantic content,” or “without the smallest unit of meaning.”[4] (from Wikipedia) In 2015 (Scriptjr.nl), artist Jim Leftwich...

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Three Scientific Asemics by May Bery

Bery spent her early childhood in Beirut (Lebanon), her youth in Montréal (Québec), and she now lives in the Québec countryside. Bery studied and/or worked in political science, urban planning, translation, and art history and...

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