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Apple Magick

December 5, 2011

we will wait until satisfied lights become unsatisfied.

vida then. black-sugared  passersby transfer arboles de pachuerre buying every register myself. models what we want. constitution Tanya home. How loss What. in quetzal Towards the taped baby glow register Towards inter-text exemplia (world) taped egg breezy dotting. what we eat. Aztec boys. every man offered. (world) pica loss.

a society of oscillating gods. surveilling eyes in their navels.

20 axioms desire  20 desire
20 reflected faith  20 desires 10 signs

the city’s dots are absent flat of time.

desire for all became enamored with nothing.

sheep poetry encircles. transcendental functions are all collapsing. how long can we swallow worlds.

transcend darkness standing on the surface of a cross. necessity your reflection defines each other’s standing gastric urges. monocular rage. notion sausage everywhere.

either reflexes are (spoil/weep) sheep comforting reflexes, or greed has become a machine incarnate.

abominated effect body posture culture father’s concept is conscious thought whoever says does not humble and whoever does not humble is praised.

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Apple Magick is mostly based on the Tolkacz Bias. However, the second stanza is from Loss Glazier’s White Face Bromeliades and the rest is a bunch of cyphers I spit off the top of my brain. This poem actually has no name, but for the purposes of posting it on Gnoetry Daily, I gave it one. It’s part of a larger collection which is currently being produxXored.

Also, a new version of Infinite Monkeys is available featuring some of the new bias stuff I’ve plugging. I’m going to plug it again: Obviously there is a lot more work to do.

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  1. December 8, 2011 4:51 pm

    a bunch of cyphers I spit off the top of my brain

    In a possibly related note, I’ve been thinking of ways to mix computational techniques with surrealist style free-association writing. One way is markov-chaining n-grams up to a certain word, then free-associating a couple words, then markov-chaining again. Another way is automatically extracting a narrative structure from a story (for example: for each paragraph, taking the proper nouns, action verbs, and direct objects) and free-associating new text to fill out the structure.

    Another possibility is more Oulipo-like:

    1. flip to three places in a book. at each place, memorize the first 2-3 words you see.
    2. recite the words to the next person you see
    3. if they say something other than “huh?” or some variant, write down the words for further use.
    4. go to 1.

    There’d likely be subconscious authoring in step 1, because the attention mechanisms and long-term memories of humans involve subconscious processing. Step 3 involves collaborative authoring, because the person you’re talking to acts as an evaluation mechanism for high-affect language.

    Either of these approaches seem likely to provide texts open to multiple readings.

  2. December 8, 2011 8:01 pm

    That’s pretty awesome, because you’re basically describing what I do (as far as free association). A lot of these things are built on randomly generated associations. I think you could definitely consider what I do influenced by surrealism, and also, hyperrealism. But either way, I’m interested in the unconscious processes and how they are employed in the creative act. Much of the CG stuff allows you to reassign the unconscious to choice, and the non-conscious becomes the generative. The conscious part usually comes in the form of framing or naming and most certainly editing. Consider that the first surrealists (and occultists) practiced… automatic writing.


    This is the next emanation.

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