is a concrete cyberpoem, an interactive audio-visual by Reiner Strasser. It is based on a visual poem by Dan Waber, created on a short poem by Jennifer Hill-Kaucher.
Annie Abrahams (F,NL), Dan Waber (USA), Domiziana Giordano (I), Helen Kaucher (USA), Jan de Weille (F,NL), Jennifer Hill-Kaucher (USA), Regina Célia Pinto (Brazil), Reiner Strasser (B,D), Ted Warnell (Can), Waltraud Strasser (D), ...
Karen Wagner in Skriftregn og cyberkonkretisme - digi-digtet >>oh<< , "AFNIT P", Denmark:
"If Hans-Jørgen Nielsen was alive, it could be his answer to a
cyberconcretism. A concentrated meta-poem about the flowing, polyfon,
sensous cyberwriting (in classical poetry the apostrofic "oh" is the
application itself, that what initiates a dialogue). Nielsen and Fluxus saw
a connection between zenbuddhism and the sensitiveness and philosophy of the
concrete poetry. "Oh" is the emptyness of everything, the pure respiration.
An onloading, uploading, loaded with semantic nuances. With Nielsens word
>>oh<< can be said to maintain a condensed universe of maximal
meaningsfulness. The beginning of language - in the sense of Wittgenstein -
of the world, in a casual and charming gesture. Over and over again. (Påny,
påny.)" (translated by Karen Wagner, 2005)
>>Oh<< Yes! by Geof Huth at "dbqp: visualizing poetics", USA.