about so many things

"about so many things" consists of two ever-shifting lines in stark white against a black background: one beginning with "he" and one beginning with "she." These lines change in rhythm with one another, affected by each other yet separate, as though engaged in a dance. The piece "randomly displays the activities of 'He' and 'She' without bias to gender. That is, the activities are drawn from the same pool of possibilities." -- from ELMCIP

2 COPIES IN THE NEXT

ELO Works

Published by Wylde, Nanette.

One of two copies submitted to the 2001 ELO Awards. Shipped along with other ELO archival items to Dene Grigar at ELL at WSU Vancouver by Gabriella Horvath in July of 2017 from MIT.

PUBLICATION TYPE

E-lit Object

COPY MEDIA FORMAT

CD-ROM

ELO Works

Published in 1998 by Wylde, Nanette.

One of two copies submitted to the 2001 ELO Awards. Shipped along with other ELO archival items to Dene Grigar at ELL at WSU Vancouver by Gabriella Horvath in July of 2017 from MIT.

PUBLICATION TYPE

E-lit Object

COPY MEDIA FORMAT

CD-ROM