Asemic Writing: Offline & In the Gallery
The first large scale exhibition of asemic writing in the United States featuring over 50 international artists.
- Mar 10th - May 28th
- Fri Mar 10th 6PM - 9PM CST
- Asemic Translations
- Sat Mar 25th 7PM - 9PM CST
1011 Washington Avenue S Suite 100
Minneapolis ( map )
Asemic writing is a wordless semantic form that often has the appearance of abstract calligraphy. It allows writers to present visual narratives that move beyond language and are open to interpretation, relying on the viewer for context and meaning. Beyond works on paper, asemic writing enjoys a growing presence online and continues to evolve with new performance-based explorations and animated films.
Asemic Writing: Offline & In the Gallery, curated by Michael Jacobson, is the first large-scale exhibition of asemic art in the United States, featuring the work of over 50 international artists who together create an eclectic assemblage of inventing, designing, and dreaming. Artists on display include Luigi Serafini, Brion Gysin, Henri Michaux, Xu Bing, Max Ernst, Raymond Queneau, Jose Parlá, and Nuno De Matos.
Special Event Asemic Translations: March 25 from 7-9pm - a special reading by various asemic artists and scholars, and music by Ghostband. This event is sponsored by Rain Taxi, and is free and open to the public.