I am a former artificial intelligence philosopher. As much as academia is for me a PhD was not. These days I am using my past experience in poetry and AI writing to create concrete poetry.
You can see all of my/the computer's work at http://exampleurl.xyz -
The "quarterly reports" are PDFs of every concrete poem of mine posted online in the three months stated.
I post concrete poems on Masto (and birdsite) every Thursday using the hashtag #concretepoetry in the fediverse.
This song suddenly broke loose in my head. What hidden memory sector became unglued
more designs = more self-promo/masks
I was looking at some of the "I'm gonna do something BIG with that" designs I had laying around, untouched, for over a year, so I put those up on my store as masks as well.
16 designs total. Buy one! Or more!
Cover of the Now: The Clash, "Police On My Back" (live in Tokyo, 2 Jan 1982)
Cover of the Now: Die Toten Hosen w/ Ronnie Biggs, "Police On My Back"
(If you are unaware of Ronnie Biggs you might google him)
spirit of the motion picture
the ferocity of her mother
over sixty and retired
Self-promo/buy a mask
Still on sale!
Get a mask!
Put my design on your face!
Ianthe Brautigan reads Richard Brautigan's "One Afternoon in 1939" on what would have been his 76th birthday.
Honestly I was so captivated by how she has reconstructed the poem on a spool that I lost my place in the reading.
Roland Barthes reviews the Citroen DS.
I tricked a computer into thinking it is making art when it is actually making poetry.
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