lördag, december 23, 2006

so happy christmas i love you baby

Going offline for the rest of the year. Thanks to everyone for the past year and Happy Holidays - see you again in January! :)

tisdag, december 19, 2006

photos & poems

Pyhiinvaellus by Pekka Pylväs & Matti Koskinen.

mla, or, leevi goes to philly

This might well be one of the biggest things any Finnish poet has ever been involved in. Everybody will be there.

lördag, december 16, 2006


in the dark

(I don't dare recommend using IE, but this one's pretty slow (or gentle, if you wish) in Firefox.)


Flash poem Mestä by Tuomas Kilpi.

torsdag, december 14, 2006

rakastamisen sietämätön keveys

Sua ma ain
Kunnes, ah,
sen vihdoin
Olis pitänyt
silloin uskoo
Kun lumihan-
gessa leikin
Äsken soitin,
se totes vaan
"Ai jaa"

Runotorstai: huono runo

tisdag, december 12, 2006


a collaborative piece by Outi-Illuusia Parviainen & Marko Niemi

onsdag, december 06, 2006

söndag, december 03, 2006

torsdag, november 30, 2006


A great article by Juri Nummelin on Finnish contemporary experimental poetry in today's Valo (Aamulehti's weekly insert).


The Elinor catalogue of electronic literature in the Nordic countries was launched yesterday in Bergen, Norway.

onsdag, november 29, 2006

måndag, november 27, 2006

how would you do it

As the newest jigsaw puzzle poem (or refridgerator magnet poem, if you prefer that), we have a poem by Sirpa Kyyrönen.

fredag, november 24, 2006

torsdag, november 23, 2006

tisdag, november 21, 2006

visual & concrete

poems by Suzan Sarı at Nokturno, including a collaborative vispo set by Suzan and Jukka-Pekka Kervinen.

måndag, november 20, 2006

a topology of words

Taking Karri's idea of a = 0 and b = c = ... = z but moving from algebra (to which I might return later) to topology with these very rough sketches (let's call it 'A topology of words').

towards the algebra of letters

"Zero or not zero, that is the question."

a + b = c
a + c = d
a + d = e
a + y = z
a + z = ?

söndag, november 19, 2006

new voices

Eiríkur Örn Norðdahl reads "Helvetti" (Hell) by Rita Dahl.

lördag, november 18, 2006

torsdag, november 16, 2006

problems in the control room

Apparently, two of the three links below don't work right now because our server went dead last night. We're trying to bring it back to life during today.

small sounds

Remix version of the visual/sound poem "Sanasade" (Word Rain) by Leevi Lehto, read by the master himself (actually, by the master with himself) -- to celebrate the publishing of Leevi's first collection of poetry in English, Lake Onega and Other Poems, in London later today.

onsdag, november 15, 2006

looking at you

for Suzan Sarı and her always lovely Ö letters (please move your mouse over the canvas)

söndag, november 12, 2006

new voices

Suzan Sarı reads four poems by Jukka-Pekka Kervinen.

fredag, november 10, 2006

torsdag, november 09, 2006

A real chance to stop the horror in Iraq

From the Ceasefire Campaign:

Dear friends,

This week the American people voted overwhelmingly to reject President Bush’s war in Iraq, and yesterday the key architect of the war, US military chief Donald Rumsfeld, announced his resignation. The winds of political change are sweeping the US, and the US-led Coalition in Iraq may -- finally -- be realising that they cannot win the war, and that they lack the legitimacy to bring stability and peace to the country without more help from the international community.

With a newly elected US Congress and a President who is finally in a listening mood, we now have a unique opportunity for a global public outcry to change the course of this disastrous war. It’s the perfect time to act.

To seize this opportunity, we want to place ads in US and UK papers with a new global petition calling upon the Coalition to accept a larger role for the international community and a phased withdrawal of all its troops from Iraq. We’ll publish the number of signatures we get in the ads, so we need AS MANY PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE to sign the petition in the next 48 hours. Please tell all your friends and family, and sign below:


This is our chance to make sure the pressure of global public opinion is being felt by Coalition governments as they rethink their war in Iraq, pressing them to accept a larger role for the international community and to withdraw their troops.

We know why it’s so important to act. A shocking study released by Johns Hopkins University last month suggested that hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians have been killed in Iraq -- more than anyone thought -- and experts warn that the civil war is about to pass a point of no return. October was the worst month yet for civilian casualties, with death squads moving house to house. The killing could place Iraq alongside Darfur as one of the greatest human catastrophes of our new century.

We must not let that happen. And if we each act quickly this week, we can each play a role in stopping it.

We can reach our goal for this campaign by spreading the word. Please forward this email to as many of your friends and family as you can, and act now to add your voice to this urgent call for action:


This may be our best chance for peace yet. Let’s take it.

With hope,

Ricken, Ben, Rachel, Paul, Tom, Amparo and the Ceasefire Campaign team

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tisdag, november 07, 2006

måndag, november 06, 2006

fredag, november 03, 2006


a collaborative piece by Outi-Illuusia Parviainen & Marko Niemi

torsdag, november 02, 2006

news from uk & canada

In this room, at the Tate Modern, London, Elizabeth James spoke on Jim Rosenberg and Ted Warnell's digital works on Monday, October 30 (the event was a part of the e & eye series of discussions). Among Ted's works she presented there was the Marko's Machine, a collaboration of Ted & me, produced in June this year. Not too bad, with all those wonderful Duchamps and Picassos hanging around the room, and certainly it would've been great to be there.

måndag, oktober 30, 2006

new voices

Rita Dahl reads two poems by Eiríkur Örn Norðdahl mixed together.

söndag, oktober 29, 2006


Mark Young reads "Omakuva 1" (Selfportrait No. 1) by Miia Toivio. The English translation of the poem can be found in Otoliths.

lördag, oktober 28, 2006


Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 1 has seen the light of day.

another voices

Ted Warnell used short excerpts from the Finnish national anthem Maamme and "Nocturne" by Eino Leino as well as a javascript generator to produce these exciting minimalist sound poems for Nokturno. Using Ted's own words:
ANTHM is created (loosely) in the style of Steve Reich's minimal, rhythmic compositions, and to mark the 40th anniversary of publication of his highly significant piece, "Come Out" -- (i have the original 1966 Columbia recording on vinyl here in my collection) -- Reich is, of course, a leading figure in development of minimalist music

NoCTRN is created (loosely) in the style of Inuit throat singers of Canada's north -- the stereo channels are used to emulate a duet (per the Inuit)

tisdag, oktober 24, 2006

söndag, oktober 22, 2006

sound poems

by Christian Bök, performed in Kuopio & Helsinki, in September this fall.

måndag, oktober 16, 2006

in another's voice

Starting a new series at Nokturno, titled In Another's Voice. Our first guest is Jim Andrews who reads a poem by Eino Santanen while playing the ABC Invaders game by Tatu Pohjavirta.

digital poems

by Jim Andrews at Nokturno.

fredag, oktober 13, 2006

news from ankkuri

Seems that Jukka-Pekka's Ankkuri has published a new book again: Mäkärä, särmä, hindustani by Miikka Mutanen. Cool. And congrats to Miikka.

onsdag, oktober 11, 2006

måndag, oktober 09, 2006

tisdag, oktober 03, 2006

call for submissions

>From Jonathan Penton & Dan Waber:

We at www.UnlikelyStories.org would like to observe:

1. All creativity comes from the same stream. The distinctions between visual art, literature, music, film, performance art, and technologically-assisted art are artificial.

2. Although these distinctions are artificial, they are often practical. It is extremely expensive to bind many pieces of visual art in a book, and often greatly reduces the emotional impact of such works. It is rarely convenient to view the original manuscript of a well-loved novel.

3. Although some practical distinctions are still valid, recent technological changes have greatly reduced their necessity. With the advent of consumer-level laser printers, visual art can be reproduced much less expensively. Similar technologies have reduced the cost of short printing runs. The television, the VCR, and most importantly the Internet, have allowed for vastly greater distribution of artworks of all types. Although problems of finance and location are still acute, the opportunities to distribute a wide variety of artistic works to a larger audience are greatly increased.

4. Unfortunately, the mindset of artists, and to a lesser degree art appreciators, has not caught up with these changes. We still see a photographer as different from a painter and a filmmaker as different from a poet to a degree which is not justified by the differing technical skills. Worse, photography is considered inherently different from painting, and poetry inherently different from film, despite the fact that all four are often given quite similar electronic treatments to enhance their presentation, especially on the Internet.

We at www.UnlikelyStories.org will proudly present our Cross-Media Issue in the hopes of working to alter these prejudices in both our own minds and the culture. Under the guiding vision of experimental artist and guest editor Dan Waber, we are looking to publish creative works which push the boundaries of not simply genre, but medium. We are looking for works that destroy the boundaries between poetry and visual art, between music and essay, between storytelling and programming. We are looking to dance about literature.

We are especially interested in works which would not be possible without the World Wide Web, or that otherwise are designed to specifically take advantage of the medium in which they will be presented. We are looking for essays and reviews of any cross-media work, as well as essays that explore current changes in art as our technology and culture change. We are looking for experiments – music videography and prose poetry are too well established to be considered cross-media, unless, of course, you've painted a music video or photographed a prose poem.

The bulk of this issue will remain at www.UnlikelyStories.org in perpetuity, although large files might be taken down after one year. It should be noted that cross-media works are also accepted in regular issues of Unlikely 2.0, though the considerations for acceptance are drastically different. Please see http://www.unlikelystories.org/mission.shtml for our Mission Statement, and the guidelines that pertain to unthemed issues.

Considerations for interested artists:

1. Please take the time to check out www.UnlikelyStories.org and see what we normally do at Unlikely 2.0.
2. Please send your work, or links to your work, directly to Dan Waber at unlikelystories(at)gmail.com. Submissions must be received by Friday, December 22, 2006. The issue should go live in mid-January.
3. Please assume that all work will be viewed in Internet Explorer or Firefox at 1024x768 pixels. The sidebars that normally exist on Unlikely 2.0 will be removed when appropriate.
4. Please create works that can be reasonably viewed by users running Windows 2000 on a Pentium III, Windows XP on a Pentium 4, or Mac OS 8.x. Movie formats that are viewable on the Web are unfortunately harder on computers than are DVDs. Realistically, a movie file shouldn't be larger than 400x300 pixels, and an animated file shouldn't be larger than 600x400 pixels.
5. Previously published works are accepted, with appropriate notation. Simultaneously submitted materials are not appropriate for this issue.

Dan Waber's bio is being constantly updated by the search engine of your choice. Please enter: "dan waber" into the search box to begin.


måndag, september 25, 2006

torsdag, september 21, 2006


nurousoppi, my book of concrete poetry, is now available as a pdf file. But, of course, if you prefer to read a hard copy, you can still order it from Lulu.

onsdag, september 20, 2006

topelius fragments

The special Finland issue of the Swedish poetry magazine OEI, that was published in Stockholm last weekend, contains a series of my text fragments titled "Impressioner från Haviseva" that was generated using this machine. The source text used in the generator is the famous song "En sommardag i Kangasala" ("Kesäpäivä Kangasalla"), written by Zacharias Topelius in the 19th century, and after generating text pieces they are slightly fragmented as well (some letters taken away and, in some pieces, replaced with blank spaces).

Topelius wrote this song at the Haralan harju, a beautiful place up on a hill in Kangasala, a rural district in the neighbourhood of Tampere, where you can see forests and lakes everywhere. Haralan harju is located quite near Haviseva, an area in Kangasala, and that's where the title comes from. Haviseva is also a place where my grandparents on my father's side used to live, back then when they were still alive, and I spent a few Midsummers up there at the Haralan harju as a child about 25 years ago so, in spite of all this text generating stuff, there's also a sort of private and nostalgic element in these fragments. Pretty imperceptible perhaps but still existent.

måndag, september 18, 2006

finsk poesi nu

Karri Kokko's report on Finnish Poetry Now on the website of Suomen Kuvalehti.

onsdag, september 13, 2006

stockholm calling

Friday to Saturday, September 15-16, 2006, the Swedish poetry magazine OEI, together with the Finnish one, Tuli&Savu (and in cooperation with Galleria Huuto), will present "Finnish Poetry Now!", a happening with 1) a reading on Sept. 15, 8 PM, by J. O. Mallander and Leevi Lehto in Café Edenborg, Stora Nygatan 35 (in the Old Town), 2) on Sept. 16, 3 PM to 10 PM, a huge reading at Ugglan, Närkesgatan 6 (at Nytorget) with 30+ Finnish, Finland-Swedish and Swedish poets, featuring Anna Hallberg, Cia Rinne, Eino Santanen, Fredrik Hertzberg, Fredrik Nyberg, Heidi von Wright, Helena Eriksson, Henriikka Tavi, Ida Börjel, J. O. Mallander, Janne Nummela, Johan Jönson, Johannes Heldén, Juhana Vähänen, Jukka-Pekka Kervinen, Jörgen Gassilewski, Kajsa Sundin, Karl Larsson, Lars Mikael Raattamaa, Leevi Lehto, Mara Lee, Marina Ciglar, Marko Niemi, Martin Högström, Miia Toivio, Reetta Niemelä, Silja Järventausta, Teemu Manninen, Tuomas Timonen, Ulf Karl Olov Nilsson, Ulrika Nielsen, and Ville-Juhani Sutinen, to be followed by a party with electronic music by Jean-Louis Huhta. The happening is also a release of a special Finland issue of OEI, suOmEI - featuring contemporary Finnish poetry (in an 170 page anthology edited by Leevi Lehto) and textart (in a separate section edited by Marina Ciglar and Fredrik Hertzberg).

tisdag, september 12, 2006

shoot 'em up

The ABC Invaders game by Tatu Pohjavirta now available as a Swedish translation.

måndag, september 11, 2006

no comment

This piece is old, slightly less than five years. Back then it used to work in IE only but this updated version works now in Firefox/Mozilla too.

fredag, september 08, 2006

ronnie be goode

Thanks Karri, Leevi, Miia and Ted for your kind words concerning my new book.

torsdag, september 07, 2006


Thanks to Jukka-Pekka & his Ankkuri, my first collection of concrete poems, titled nurousoppi (it's an anagrammatic neologism and could be something like "peotics" in English), has seen the light of day. Order the book.

two sound poems

by Outi-Illuusia Parviainen at Nokturno.

onsdag, september 06, 2006

radarman tracks tanks bang bang

after Christian Bök & bp Nichol

söndag, september 03, 2006


Jukka-Pekka Kervinen & Marko Niemi
click here


Jukka-Pekka Kervinen & Marko Niemi

lördag, september 02, 2006


Jukka-Pekka Kervinen & Marko Niemi & Ted Warnell


Jukka-Pekka Kervinen & Marko Niemi & Ted Warnell

fredag, september 01, 2006


Jukka-Pekka Kervinen & Marko Niemi

stirred & fried

A series of concrete stir fry poems by me on Jim Andrews' vispo.com site.

"These pieces are quite "concrete" in the Noigandrean sense concerning their simplicity and iconic nature; but they are also contemporary in their algorithmic, generative construction as things written out of programming code and graphics of letters." JA

fredag, augusti 25, 2006

torsdag, augusti 24, 2006


Tomorrow I'll be at the Kirjallisuuspeijaiset, in the Center of Contemporary Art of Pispala in Tampere, with Janne Nummela. There'll be two laptops, two video projectors, improvised and pseudo-improvised writing on the screen, among perhaps some interactive live vispo, and a band called Kirjailijan yhtye playing some ambient music. We haven't had time to rehearse even once, so it's impossible to say how it's going to be like, but I think it will be lots of fun, at least to ourselves. The audience, of course, might disagree.

tisdag, augusti 22, 2006

i'm only sleeping

please don't wake me, no don't shake me

(The original version of this was written in summer 2002.)

transparency layers

Please check Nea´s Lilies by Ted Warnell.

Will be here today, and gone tomorrow.

lördag, augusti 19, 2006

måndag, augusti 14, 2006

action poem

after franz kline (move your mouse over the canvas)

söndag, augusti 06, 2006

a bookish survey

I was invited to this by Paal, so here we go.

1. One book that changed your life:
Rännak impampluule riiki by Valdur Mikita. I just wish I could read Estonian better than I do.

2. One book you’ve read more than once:
The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams.

3. One book you’d want on a desert island:
In Search of Lost Time by Marcel Proust sounds quite suitable for the situation (even though it's not one book).

4. One book that made you giddy:
I love repeating, so let's say Adams once again.

5. One book that wracked you with sobs:
Hmm. I'm sure there must be at least one such book, but I can't recall any right now.

6. One book that you wish had been written:
Something with my name on it, ha ha.

7. One book you wish had never been written:
This is a weird question.

8. One book you’re currently reading:
24 Declassified, Operation Hell Gate, by Marc Cerasini. Actually, I'm sort of close-reading this one, since I'm translating it.

9. One book you’ve been meaning to read:
Visuelle Poesie 1965-2005 by Klaus Peter Dencker.

10. Now tag five bloggers:
Elina, Karri, Mikael, Rita, Sirpa.

fredag, augusti 04, 2006

tisdag, augusti 01, 2006

zero point

Drag black dots onto the paper and reach for your inner zero point. (The piece is based on Nollapiste (Zero Point), a book by Osmo Jokinen, consisting only of empty pages and a few small black dots. The book was originally published in 1964 and then more recently, in 2004, as a Dutch translation with the title Nulpunt.)

måndag, juli 31, 2006

Issue two of Otoliths

edited by Mark Young, has just gone live. http://the-otolith.blogspot.com

It contains work by Karl Young, Juhana Vähänen (translated by Karri
Kokko), Martin Edmond, Rochelle Ratner, Louise Landes Levi, Cath
Vidler, Michael Farrell, Christian Jensen, Ira Joel Haber, Bruce
Covey, Jill Jones, Allen Bramhall, Derek Motion, Caleb Puckett,
Sandra Simonds (a mini-chap ? The Tar Pit Diatoms), Vernon Frazer,
Pat Nolan, Donald Illich, J.D. Nelson, harry k stammer, Steve Tills,
David Meltzer, Tom Beckett, Thomas Fink, Crag Hill, Ira Cohen, Carol
Jenkins, Miia Toivio, John M. Bennett, Michael Rothenberg, Geof Huth,
David-Baptiste Chirot, Aki Salmela, Sandy McIntosh, Michelle
Greenblatt, Janne Nummela, Tom Hibbard, Marko J. Niemi, Phil Primeau,
Kevin Opstedal, Olli Sinivaara, Nico Vassilakis & John M. Bennett,
Michael McClure, Pam Brown, Leevi Lehto & Eileen Tabios.


lördag, juli 29, 2006


Runotorstain leikki-haasteeseen. Etsi minut huoneen kätköistä.

fredag, juli 28, 2006

lördag, juli 22, 2006

visual poems

by Sami Vainikka at Nokturno.

culture capital of universe

after Dr. Frankenstein (there's no fixed identity, so please let it flow)

torsdag, juli 20, 2006

tree fairies

Puukeijut, photographs by Sade Kahra & poems by Sanna Karlström, Reetta Niemelä, Tommi Parkko, Jusa Peltoniemi, Anna Elina Turunen, Heidi von Wright, and Katariina Vuorinen, from the "Gardens" exhibit in Fiskars Village (until October 1).

from a to z

Characters, by Karri Kokko, starting today with the letter "A" at Dan Waber's abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz.

tisdag, juli 18, 2006

exquisite collage or andre going solo

(let your mouse move over the corpse & click to change the order)

play "cadavre exquis" online


efter Per Højholt

måndag, juli 17, 2006

hybrid engine 4

thanks to Karri for the idea (move your mouse to make it run)

söndag, juli 16, 2006

hybrid engine 3

(move your mouse to make it run)

lördag, juli 15, 2006

hybrid engine 2

(move your mouse to make it run)

run run run

60 Letter Dash (in English) / 60 märgi jooks (in Estonian) for Valdur Mikita

fredag, juli 14, 2006

hybrid engine

Wanted to design a fuel-efficient, environmentally friendly engine, so please move your mouse to make it run.

concrete stir fry

for Jim Andrews (please move your mouse over the letters)

torsdag, juli 13, 2006

problems in the factory

There's no flow, no kanban, no andon, & the right process will produce the left results by me, & by Ted Warnell, & by me, & by Ted. Somebody please call a consultant!


A couple of new concrete poems by Teemu Manninen & Pyyhe Redux, a song by Tero-Tero Klapp with Esa Hirvonen reading his palindrome poem.

onsdag, juli 12, 2006

mail art from norway

(click to enlarge)

integriteter i integriteter

efter Inger Christensen (click words to zoom in)

See also Christensen's poems translated into Finnish by Rita Dahl in Rita's Arjentola.

fredag, juni 30, 2006


Itseensä viittaava, a kinetic poem by Daniel Shiffman at Nokturno.

onsdag, juni 28, 2006

torsdag, juni 15, 2006

käsittele minua

Runotorstain haasteen aiheena "kädet". (Vihje: Liikuta hiirtä iholla.)

new media art

Destiny: Interactive Isolation by Robert Ciesla at Nokturno.

onsdag, juni 14, 2006

söndag, juni 11, 2006

monkeys writing shakespeare

Shakespearen evoluutio, a digital poem by Daniel Shiffman, using a genetic algorithm, now at Nokturno. The original English version can be found here.


a new assembly line at the online art gallery Spirited Herring.

onsdag, juni 07, 2006

tisdag, juni 06, 2006

image google

Lyhyellä matkalla ohuesti jäätyneen meren yli, a picture poem by Janne Nummela & Timo Salo, compiled using Google's image search engine.

communicating with myself

This must be one of the weirdest spam messages I've ever received. No hidden code or anything like that, just plain numbers.

Date: Mon, 05 Jun 2006 19:43:27 -0300
From: Marko.niemi <marko.niemi@helsinki.fi>
To: Marko.niemi <marko.niemi@helsinki.fi>
Subject: 455


söndag, juni 04, 2006

fredag, juni 02, 2006

eclipse 3

for Elina

mikä on runo?

Ei mulla oo runoo.
Ei oo,
ei missään.

- Veeti 4 v. uusimmassa Tuli&Savussa (joka postitettaneen tilaajille ensi viikolla)


for bpNichol

spam poetry

Poetry snatched from spam and filtered: Corporation Near Class, a collection of spam poetry by Juri Nummelin now available at Nokturno.

söndag, maj 28, 2006

torsdag, maj 11, 2006

söndag, april 30, 2006


The first issue of Mark Young's Otoliths magazine is out.

lördag, april 29, 2006

go ronnie go

Luulesnooker (for Valdur Mikita)

(This one's in Estonian; English version might be upcoming.)

onsdag, april 26, 2006

going estonia

Kapustarinta ja Nihil Interit tarttolaisen Erakkond-ryhmän vieraina Prima Vista -festivaaleilla Tartossa 4.5. Mukana Suomesta esiintymässä Pauliina Haasjoki, Ville Hytönen, Teemu Manninen & Linnunlaulupuu, Reetta Niemelä, Ville-Juhani Sutinen, Tapiiri-ryhmä (Terhi Hannula, Timo Harju ja Salla Pakkala), Tero-Tero Klapp, Miia Toivio ja allekirjoittanut.

gwei by übermorgen

Google Will Eat Itself (via Lisbeth)

måndag, april 24, 2006

torsdag, april 20, 2006

person throwing a bird at a stone

after Joan Miró

Click image to enlarge

söndag, april 16, 2006

fredag, april 14, 2006

torsdag, april 13, 2006

b cos (2 nite)

/Helvetica findfont
100 scalefont
1.2 setlinewidth
/b 50 def

0 0 moveto
400 0 lineto
400 400 lineto
0 400 lineto

0 5 360 {
        /k exch def
        /r b 2 k mul cos mul def
        200 r k cos mul add
        200 r k sin mul add
        k 90 sub rotate
        0 -25 rmoveto
        (nite) true charpath
            .6 0 0 setrgbcolor
        0 0 0 setrgbcolor
} for

onsdag, april 12, 2006

bun = a sin (5.3 hair)

/Helvetica findfont
90 scalefont
1 setlinewidth
/a 50 def

0 2 360 {
        /k exch def
        /r a 5.3 k mul sin mul def
        200 r k cos mul add
        200 r k sin mul add
        k rotate
        -15 -23 rmoveto
        (hair) true charpath
            .9 .9 0 setrgbcolor
        0 0 0 setrgbcolor
} for

tisdag, april 11, 2006


for Ana María Uribe

/Helvetica findfont
36 scalefont
.6 setlinewidth

0 15 360 {
        dup 200 moveto
        neg rotate
        (splash) true charpath
            0 0 1 setrgbcolor
        0 0 0 setrgbcolor
} for

måndag, april 10, 2006

in finities

/Helvetica findfont
68 scalefont

0 7.5 360 {
        200 200 moveto
        145 -10 rmoveto
        90 rotate
        (8) true charpath
            1 .7 0 setrgbcolor
        .3 setlinewidth
        0 0 0 setrgbcolor
} for

söndag, april 09, 2006


Visual code poetry by Ted Warnell at Nokturno.

it's raining men

Happy Birthday, Karri!

lördag, april 08, 2006


Vispo / copy art by Jukka Lehmus at Nokturno.

tisdag, april 04, 2006

dimension 1.63

Kaz Maslankan essee allekirjoittaneen fraktaalirunosta.

söndag, april 02, 2006

fredag, mars 31, 2006

torsdag, mars 30, 2006

digipo & vispo show

Nuoren Voiman Liitto juhlii 85-vuotissynttäreitään lauantaina 1.4. klo 16 alkaen kulttuuritehdas Korjaamolla (Töölönkatu 51b, Helsinki). Ohjelma kokonaisuudessaan täällä. Lisäksi galleriahuoneessa Nokturnon näyttely klo 16-21; esillä Jim Andrewsin, John M. Bennettin, Jukka-Pekka Kervisen, Karri Kokon, Jim Leftwichin, Tatu Pohjavirran & Eino Santasen, Ana María Uriben, Mark Youngin ja allekirjoittaneen digitaalisia ja visuaalisia runoteoksia. Tervetuloa!

tisdag, mars 14, 2006

måndag, mars 13, 2006