2018 - 2020 Marc Norbert Hörler
phonemic transmutation: [grammar, glamour]
[pitch your voice slightly higher than natural, the vowels are long, all the consonants aspirated] how to cast (a) glamour?
a phoneme is the smallest morphological unit to change a word’s meaning, resulting in a sometimes spell-like imagery and alliterative conjuring. grammar and glamour are diachronically retracing the frictions of phonemic poetics, the historical contingency of vocabulary and its world-making potential via intentional phonemic attention and transmutational alchemy. these voicings resonate paralinguistically on sensory levels beyond the visual and aural, transgress grammatological confines and reach for the glamorous craft of the tongue.
Afterwards Flavia Dzodan, Amit S. Rai, Ana Teixeira Pinto, Amal Alhaag, and Adam Szymczyk will respond to the question: [pitch your voice slightly higher than natural, the vowels are long, all the consonants aspirated] how to cast (a) glamour?