MARCH ON REDUX: We exhibit the work of De Villo Sloan. Identifying himself as a a visual poet, De Villo has been very active in mail-art, visual poetry and zines since the 1980s. Early influences were concrete poetry associated with #Fluxus and the work of Black Mountain poets.
Sloan's underground classic Ourang-Outang, first published in 1986 and recently reissued in 2013, includes some of his earliest examples of concrete poetry, asemic writing, vispo and experimental poetry. Some consider it to be a roadmap to all of his later efforts. He is also the publisher and editor of the #zine MinXus-Lynxus.
To see his work all during the month of March, follow the link below: