Tim Gaze is one of the world's few practitioners of the radical art form known as "asemic writing." Eschewing the Adelaide underground and following the publication of the first C21st asemic novel, Noology, Gaze's work was exhibitedin New York City and he was invited by editor Andrei Molotiu to contribute to the 2010 Fantagraphics anthology Abstract Comics.His latest work, 100 Scenes, is a contemporary resurrection of the Surrealist form known as "decalcomania" as pioneered in the 1920s by OscarDominguez and in the 1930s by Max Ernst.ABOUT THE AUTHOR: A resident of the Adelaide Hills town of Mt.Barker, Gaze is a recognized authority in visual or "glitch" poetry as it is known. In addition to making electronic drone music, Gaze has contributed to a variety of international arts journals in the asemic discipline, being recently invited to a conference / exhibition in the Soviet Union and profiled in China.
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