“6-string Aria” por Bill Marsh

Screen capture from "6-string Aria" by Bill Marsh Black background with four orange circles and the center circle has strings which seem to form letters but keep twisiting to form other letters.
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“Stravinsky’s Muse” por Mark C. Marino

Screen shot from “Stravinsky’s Muse” by Mark C. Marino. Baby blue background. The text is in black and there is a circle in the middle with other circles inside and in different positions forming some sort of atom. There are words scattered all over the circle: “Her, Teacher, with, and, Platonic/friend, Agape, She”. There are also three squares with a text inside them. This squares are in 3 corners of the picture: Two on the above corners and one in the left corner, down. Text in the left, upper side: “Promenade:/ A call to/ dance.” Text in the left, lower side: “ ‘Dosido’ , Natasha/ said./ Avec moi? he asked./ Music was their/ vernacular. The/ language mattered/ little.” Text in the upper right corner: “Out of the/ corner of his/ eye as he/ spun he/ thought he/ spied her.”
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“Soundpoem I and Soundpoem II” por Jörg Piringer

Screen capture from “Soundpoem 1 and Soundpoem 2” by Jörg Piringer. Yellow green background with six lines of little gray rectangles and letters in some. Three of them form two separate rectangles in the center with black little checkmarks in the left side of the left lines and 1 square on each line of the right lines are red. Text in the rectangles: “a, xa, o, to, up, pu, xa, xa, ot, ot, pu, pu”. Text above the two rectangle rows: “press the buttons to change the sound”. Text in the top left corner: “[soundpoem two]”. Text in the left bottom corner: “[jörg piringer’s home]”
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“Breathing/Secret of Roe” por Jonathan Carr

“Breathing/Secret of Roe” por Jonathan Carr

“Sky” por Mitchell Kimbrough

Screen capture from "Sky" by Mitchell Kimbrough. Black backround with white dots and a moon representing the night sky. Text: "always a/ little almost/ might have".
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