Talking about Asemic Writing (with Michael Jacobson)
21 agosto 2017 § Lascia un commento
Words by Josh Medsker and Michael Jacobson
Josh Medsker: First of all, what drew you to asemic writing? And can you explain what it is for those readers that don’t know?
Michael Jacobson: What first drew me to asemic writing is similar to what draws me to any conventional form of writing, that is, to gain knowledge, develop an escape into other worlds, and form creative outlets. Asemic writing, to me, is an abstract writing style which utilizes non-verbal lines, colors, sub-letteral forms, textures, and symbols of enigmatic origins. Writing is a focused way to get a point across; asemic writing is a non-specific universe of points with an acknowledgement of the unknown–the mystery–the openness. Asemic writing is also raw and…
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