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Metaf0rms: Recombinatory Poem for Bushwick

2008 September 16
by Tedb0t

“Recombinatory Poem for Bushwick” is a series of four stencils that I have tagged around Bushwick that are each a line from a poem, and can be read in any order by the day-to-day resident, worker or flâneur.  The poem reads, in one of 16 possible forms:

Our hearts lie
Where streets beat
Like broken drums
Our lies repeat

A Google-Maps-is-the-best shows the positions of the four lines.

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4 Responses
  1. STUDIO BITCH permalink
    September 19, 2008

    Shit that’s pretty cool. You have four lines of text of mine too, right? You could tag my sculpture and make some art in Williamsburg. I would be happy to call the police and add some excitement to the work.

  2. September 19, 2008

    I’m holding your text hostage! The police won’t help, you’ll have to conjure up Derrida’s corpse in a midnight deconstruction ritual, and even then I have an army of poststructuralists armed with intertextual nerf rifles to fight you off with!

  3. sTuDiO BITch permalink
    September 20, 2008


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