QUANTUM AEROLETTRISM IN ALYTUS: A REPORT
- Written by Tae Ateh
Japanese calligrapher Houran Yokoyama took a challenge on calligraphylettrism and came to join psychic workers to Alytus on August 27-29, year 9PC (1916 vulg.). His contribution consisted of hyper-calligraphy-lettrism in support to quantum lettrist experiments of psychic workers to address the engineers and pilots of the ground controlled aeroplanes and drones.
The symposia was called Ingenium as an attempt to wahdatize (unionize) on a proletarian basis psychic workers from polarized specializations of engineers and poets/artists (genius). The vision was linked to the Roberto Bolano’s novel Estrella Distante where he described an aerometagraphic pilot of military airplane (destructive worker) during the times of Pinochet.
There were invited also Lithuanian poets and philosophers to partake the event, but unfortunately they were unable to overcome bourgeois specializations for pure lettrism – they found out that psychic workers’ and the pilots-engineers joint experimentations are self-sufficient and there is no room for content based oeuvre.
The experiments took place in the urban area on the first day. Next day it was moved to the airfield and from letter writing in the sky (aerohypergraphy)
it slightly turned into a fusion of meta-writing and aeropsychogeography.
Lettrist Quantum Transmission – the simplest transmission of the letter or metagraphy to the drone or airplane pilot by writing in a tactile way right on his/her back.