The base card features the art of Riki Salam and commemorates the 20th anniversary of the Bringing Them Home Report, which extensively documented the experiences of The Stolen Generation. Words from Calvino’s Invisible Cities.
The Crucible of Man II
Lose My Mind
I’m running s bit behind. The eclipse, Wednesday night, threw me a bit of a curve ball and it’s taken a day or so to settle.
As mentioned in the #pinp18 announcement earlier this week, I’m doing an analogue process with a digital output.
I’m cutting up Calvino’s Invisible Cities, building the poem that way, and then using Phonto with the fractal images I’ve been creating (oh hell, they are incredibly addictive and hypnotic to create and explore) to make the digital poem. I have, so far, enjoyed this intersection of the two.
What I’m particularly enjoying playing with is the ability to easily subtract or add a single word.
Above is ‘Crucible of Man’ and below ‘Starry Starry night’.
Perfect for the dark moon – new moon transition day.
King (2017) from Cake Industries’ (Jesse Stevens and Dean Petersen) Machination promo card. Words from Women Who Run With The Wolves.
Love the cohesive discombobulation in all of this.