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Organ (Part 3)

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The text from this piece reads:

another way to test the water world

a new requirement for culture, media and everything

viewers of me said that the detector said nothing of the bird

as in the past

the appearance – and the subsequent shying away from the house

played a fiddle to nothing

 

Organ is a 7-part series based on, and incorporating, a poem written using chance operations. Each piece contains one stanza from the poem and is also created using chance methods.

Here is part 1:

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The text reads:

Organ

He talks about you and the records come as a courtesy to the past

with you it is easy because we are so happy. Life goes on until the wilderness years. That’s what this character says he plays for, what he is here for, in this house

alongside the world and the other world

look at that bird

shrunk a piece down to nothing

I’ve got everything

 

and part 2:

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The text reads:

[also it is not to come out if the place is gone] it starred the man’s kiss by the guardian of everything

it’s a piece of the time, of the past

all of that changed. Other horrible times exist in nothing

The tall man’s picture of a house

programs the bird

under the scrutiny of your eyes and those of the world

 

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3 thoughts on “Organ (Part 3) Leave a comment

  1. I like your work, but may I make a request? I have difficulty reading the poetry (I don’t know if it’s my eyesight or what). Could you transcribe the test below the artwork? That might help me concentrate on the art more. Just a suggestion.

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