Sunday, May 12, 2013

Rudolfo Carrillo

Fourteen Memetic Signals Used to Provoke Uncertainty in the Reader

American flags made from hidden Yankee tendencies.
Shaved pudenda isolated through the use of Photoshop.
A new television set that is colored to resemble night.
Innumerable displays suggesting coition or its possibility.
Dactyls on display at the petroleum depot.
Clinical observations made prior to the execution of bodily functions.
Self-referential asides that invite mockery.

Imagining oneself as a monkey living in an Antarctic laboratory.
Accumulating chemicals as means of displaying wealth and patience.
Having fun with the ruined atmosphere.
Rendering hands as twigs and branches.
Changing the settings to thwart capitalist interlopers.
Sensing the closeness of dissolution like a snail senses paint.

The statutory procedure that terminates at a local trailer park.


1 comment:

  1. In formal language theory and pattern matching (including regular expressions), the concatenation operation on strings is generalized to an operation on sets of strings as follows:
    For two sets of strings S1 and S2, the concatenation S1S2 consists of all strings of the form vw where v is a string from S1 and w is a string from S2.
    In this definition, the string vw is the ordinary concatenation of strings v and w as defined in the introductory section. In this context, sets of strings are often referred to as formal languages.
    There is typically no explicit concatenation operator, simply juxtaposition (as with multiplication).