Mom Is Making Modem Bread - Scansion Art - Acrylic on wood with found objects
Scansion Art plays with using visual symbols to represent the rhythm, sounds, and devices used in poetry, expressing the development of patterns and overall shape of poetic forms.
Poem copyright by Kate Jo Westfall
About 16" x 20" Framed poem and key will be provided Send a message if exact measurements are needed.
Mom Is Making Modem Bread
With her list of open sources, Mom is making modem bread. The counter’s covered in data dust. Her apron’s heavy, lined with lead. The bottom crust is green from DOS sprinkled on the loading tray. The program calls for a binary blend, but Mom adds flaxseed anyway. The CPU ruses one hundred percent, the kitchen routered with the scent. Mom serves the bites she sliced as files; we process the feed through firmament.
Acrylic paint on wood with CNC computer key parts
Key Only yellow shapes represent language. Tall rectangles indicate stressed syllables. Short squares indicate unstressed syllables. Matching circles indicate assonance within a line. Matching outlines indicate consonance within a line. Matching triangles indicate rhyme.