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 theory.
Bery’s asemic quests include finding odd harmonies between different sets of signs and forms (cartography, geodesic lines, statistical curves, musical notations, alphabets) – between real useful signs and imagined useless ones.
Some of her asemic works can be found on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ profile.php?id=100013299822880