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By Beate Conrad
It is that constant humming and buzzing, the verbal and non-verbal whispers of nature and everyday life, yet it goes mostly unnoticed. But all these rather low background noises create atmospheric loops and spaces in time. This is the artist's moment of the Asemic Cycle, where the audible merges with the non-representational of color, dot, plane, and line to stimulate the viewer's imagination.
Beate Conrad lives and works in Germany. Since 2012, she has been serving as editor-in-chief of the international haiku magazine Chrysanthemum.
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