Port Artist of the Week: Artist joined forces with poet bill bissett

Port Moody “poet-programmer,” artist, essayist, teacher and technical writer Jim Andrews describes himself as “a media poet who integrates arts and media with computer programming.”

Port Moody “poet-programmer,” artist, essayist, teacher and technical writer Jim Andrews describes himself as “a media poet who integrates arts and media with computer programming.”

And until Nov. 20, he has a show of 325 images — plus a computer screen — at Massy Books in Vancouver’s Chinatown, called Aleph Null, Graphic Synthesizer, based on the software he has been writing since 2011.

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Since 1996, Andrews’ focus has been through his website, vispo.com, which includes interactive poetry, visuals and sound as well as writings about language and technology.

This year, Andrews collaborated with the poet bill bissett for an exhibit he curated in Toronto, titled NOIR:z; it runs until Jan. 16 at The Secret Handshake Gallery.
 

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