NomadLingo

From Rhizome Artbase
d johnston
2001
Description

A series of image text flash experiments.

d johnston
16 October 2001

NomadLingo is an experimental poetic playground devoted to exploring
mobile-text artwork.
It is now possible for words to mutate into other words, flow in flocks,
modulate in size and colour, overlap, fade, spin, fold, roll, shake, &
bump etc...Profound signifiactions develop as words are animated in ways
that humans associate visually with living organisms.
The overall aim of NomadLingo is to explore and contribute to the
evolution of mobile text and facilitate thru provocation the growth of a
new way of reading writing. A way of reading that accurately reflects
the fluid metamorphic and nomadic levels of all energy as it continually
reconstructs form.
NomadLingo was created (and updated monthly over a one-year period from
April 1, 2000 - April 1, 2001) by Jhave: a nomadic artist who had
temporarily settled down physically in Montr

d johnston
16 October 2001
Legacy descriptive tags
Jhave, Year Zero One, Michael Alstad
Attribution: d johnston
Formalist, collider, Abstract, netart, language, exhibition, digital, Shockwave, QuickTime, Javascript, HTML, Flash, video, Animation
Attribution: Rhizome staff
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Variant History
outside link
2001
open submission
16 October 2001
d johnston
static files
16 October 2001
cloning
Rhizome staff