Category: Techniques

Asemic Writing

To most people Asemic writing is an art form that contain lines that appear to form different words, but, these words are without any specific meaning, but every interpretation of the text is valid, because the words won’t directly connect to meanings interpreted by other readers.

Academics and scholars consider Asemic writing to be a form of visual or art poetry and is not considered to be a form of written communication. Asemic text or writing contains many different philosophies and style, with the resulting art or visual medium being left to the individual readers interpretation, similar to to the way one would take meaning from abstract art.

 

What asemic writing looks like?

Asemic Writing ExampleThis form of writing can readily take many different forms. Yet, its basic feature has always been its comparison to conventional writing, with some differencies that include the abandonment of syntax, semantics and communication. Asemic writing offers meaning to writing through artistic intuition.

It does not lead to any form of verbal expression and will appear similar to abstract calligraphy. It may even resemble certain drawings and try to avoid words. But when asemic text has words, they may be damaged beyond the point of meaning and legibility.

Overlooking of the difficulties in relation to asemic writing, it can be an enjoyable experience to read and interpret it. Even when it is unreadable, it can look very attractive to the naked eye. Basically, asemic writing does not need words to perfectly relate to words, music and colors. as the author or reader’s original language will not matter. Since, asemic writing has no verbal sense, though it may have clear textual sense

 

Brief history

Asemic writing occurs in avant-garde literature and art with strong roots in the earliest forms of writing. its history is based on the works of two Chinese calligraphers: “crazy”Zhang Xu, a Tang Dynasty (circa 800 CE) calligrapher who was famous for creating wild illegible calligraphy, and the younger “drunk”monk Huaisu who also excelled at illegible cursive calligraphy. with the Japanese expanding upon Chinese abstract calligraphic expression through Hitsuzendō (the way of Zen through brush)

Producing Asemic Writing

Most of the people producing Asemic text consider themselves to be artists, but technically, they are referred to as writers or authors . However, not every piece of such writing is artistic. In fact, most of the time, a person may write without any specific semantic goals while testing a pen, doodling or even learning to write and according to some studies, most people produce Asemic writing in one form or another at some point in their lives.

The perception of Asemic text as an art completely depends on the visual presentation, of the text. and the intentions of the writer.

 

 

 

 

Styles of Asemic Text

Asemic writing can be produced in many different styles. It is often created with a pen or brush, but can range from being hand drawn in the sand with a stick, documented by photography, or to works on canvaspapercomputer images, and animations.

The works produced by particular artists may vary over a period of time. While some people let the writing flow naturally from the mind, others design the writing deliberately. The action of writing asemic text is viewed as something pleasurable on the part of a writer. It is a basic artistic process through which you learn and enhance your abilities.

These are some of the most important reasons why people create this type of art. Asemic writing varies a lot on the basis of personal interpretations. These interpretations depend on the personal experience of creating a product and the finished product itself. The experience of creating a product through asemic writing can never be directly transmitted to viewers.

 

Interpreting Asemic Text

Interpretations of asemic text depend on the basis of individual personalities and perceptions. They may be inspired by the words, shapes and overall product. Although some asemic texts can express emotion to some extent, you can never specifically interpret something that can be proven as a definite interpretation. Moreover, your interpretation will never be correct on an emotional level. However, asemic writing that includes pictograms can have narrower meanings than abstract text.

While most of the asemic writings are presented as two-dimensional static images in either online or print form, there are also some other effective ways in which this art can be represented. In most cases, asemic text is incorporated into large projects like works of art or books.

One of the most interesting ways to present asemic writing is in the act of producing it. This way, the writing becomes a part of the art. This helps in highlighting the relationship between the text and author. In addition to this, it plays a crucial role in developing the physical process of writing involved in the production of this art.

 

https://everipedia.org/wiki/lang_en/Asemic_writing

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asemic_writing

https://www.asymptotejournal.com/visual/michael-jacobson-on-asemic-writing