Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Tiana Lavrova writes



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Composition X, 1939

Composition X -- Wassily Kandinsky



 

1 comment:

  1. Tiana wrote me, "This is a very experimental, unconscious-inspired (automatism) poem inspired by James Joyce's Finnegan's Wake, and various surrealist poetry. It is intended to be illusive, cryptic, and seemingly random --- much like a a Kandinskian work... though I believe the poem certainly has literary, sensual, and inventive potential for those interested in unpacking its double meanings, and bravado allusions, which uniquely exercise creativity." Wassily Kandinsky was strongly attracted to "Gesamtkunstwerk" (an idea of synthesis of arts in one work). He wrote, "Abstract art places a new world, which on the surface has nothing to do with 'reality,' next to the 'real' world. Deeper down, it is subject to the common laws of the 'cosmic world.' And so a 'new world of art' is juxtaposed to the 'world of nature.' This 'world of art' is just as real, just as concrete. For this reason I prefer to call so-called 'abstract art' 'concrete art.'" Edith Sitwell wrote what she called "abstract poetry," which possessed qualities that were more aural than literary, rendering them essentially meaningless: "They are patterns of sound.... enquiries into the effect on rhythm, and on speed, of the use of rhymes, assonances and dissonances, placed outwardly and inwardly (at different places in the line) and in most elaborate patterns." An example from 1922 is "Lullaby For Jumbo":

    Jumbo asleep!
    Grey leaves thick-furred
    As his ears keep
    Conversations blurred.
    Thicker than hide
    Is the trumpeting water;
    Don Pasquito's bride
    And his youngest daughter
    Watch the leaves
    Elephantine grey:
    What is it grieves
    In the torrid day?
    Is t the animal
    World that snores
    Harsh and inimical
    In sleepy pores? -
    And why should the spined flowers
    Red as a soldier
    Make Don Pasquito
    Seem still moulder?

    Sightly earlier, Hugo Ball wrote "verses without words," as in these two examples:

    Karawane

    jolifanto bambla o falli bambla
    großiga m’pfa habla horem
    egiga goramen
    higo bloiko russula huju
    hollaka hollala
    anlogo bung
    blago bung blago bung
    bosso fataka
    ü üü ü
    schampa wulla wussa olobo
    hej tatta gorem
    eschige zunbada
    wulubu ssubudu uluwu ssubudu
    –umf
    kusa gauma
    ba–umf

    Gadji beri bimba

    gadji beri bimba glandridi laula lonni cadori
    gadjama gramma berida bimbala glandri galassassa laulitalomini
    gadji beri bin blassa glassala laula lonni cadorsu sassala bim
    gadjama tuffm i zimzalla binban gligla wowolimai bin beri ban
    o katalominai rhinozerossola hopsamen laulitalomini hoooo
    gadjama rhinozerossola hopsamen
    bluku terullala blaulala loooo

    zimzim urullala zimzim urullala zimzim zanzibar zimzalla zam
    elifantolim brussala bulomen brussala bulomen tromtata
    velo da bang band affalo purzamai affalo purzamai lengado tor
    gadjama bimbalo glandridi glassala zingtata pimpalo ögrögöööö
    viola laxato viola zimbrabim viola uli paluji malooo

    tuffm im zimbrabim negramai bumbalo negramai bumbalo tuffm i zim
    gadjama bimbala oo beri gadjama gaga di gadjama affalo pinx
    gaga di bumbalo bumbalo gadjamen
    gaga di bling blong
    gaga blung

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