Don't know if I could manage (the poem'ing and drawing semi-simultaneously),
either, Doug, but wanna try it and other mixes of arts. I'm fascinated, of
course, with what Stephen Vincent does, kinda like an art encephalogram.
Oh yeah---great idea to have Peter's poempictures move! What does Peter
think, I wonder?
2010/1/22 Douglas Barbour <[log in to unmask]>
> Well, I cant do that, but what about the visual being the drawing that
> Stephen does, ie, doing it & watching it come into being, while the poem is
> Or making Peter's poempictures move?
> Just wondering....
> On 22-Jan-10, at 3:58 AM, Judy Prince wrote:
> I wonder what poem'ing and drawing semi-simultaneously would yield.
>> Envisioning the entwining of arts inevitably leads to group, and improv,
>> like a jazz session, I should imagine. I'd mentioned to Chris that
>> [don't recall person's name, unfortunately] had said that opera is the
>> medium that includes the most arts, and that it makes possible the
>> simultaneous, meaningful voicings of several people.
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