Asemic Art by Linda Rogers (Toronto, Canada)

 Mail art by IUOMA member Linda Rogers (Toronto, Canada)
 
 
April 10, 2019 - This colorful and densely layered card marks the first appearance of Linda Rogers in the Asemic Front project. She is a member of the asemic writing group here at IUOMA and also a participant in the mail art network. Thus, this piece is a happy meeting of correspondence art and asemic writing-visual poetry.
 
Linda Rogers uses a minimal space (the postcard format) for maximum benefit. I can locate calligraphy, deconstructive asemics and invented symbols. The work has extraordinary depth. The curves and cross patterns suggest larger asemic structures and the ever-elusive "asemic syntax."
 
Many thanks to Linda Rogers for this wonderful contribution to Asemic Front 2. I'll be looking for more!
 
 
 
 
 

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Comment by Jayne Barket Lyons on April 11, 2019 at 5:47am

Terrific piece by Ms. Linda! I like how you state that she “uses a minimal space (the postcard format) for maximum benefit.” Wonderfully put, DVS!

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