DIGITAL LANGU(IM)AGE: language and image as objects in a field

"Picture yourself. What do you see? Is it your body you see and your face or do you imagine also a third eye that sees into atoms and yourself, the great universe and into the eye of others? And are your hands capable of touching the body of your beloved and the web of night? I wear glasses; when I look at myself in the mirror the glint of metal and the reflection off the glass is part of who I am.

Langu(im)age extends our notions of literacy and the literary into this new public sphere of computer mediated communications in the fullness of our imagination and spirit." -- Jim Andrews, from "DIGITAL LANGU(IM)AGE"

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Cauldron & Net

Published in 1999 by Cauldron & Net in Volume 1.

Claire Dinsmore gave this copy of the work to the Electronic Literature Lab in Spring 2019.

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Journal

ORIGINAL URL

http://www.studiocleo.com/cauldron/volume1/jimandrews/jimarticle.htm