A Non-Objective Fluxpoem is composed of the negative and positive spaces of letters constructed into a composition whose meaning and enjoyment rests in the visual rythmns and movement of the resultant relationships of the shapes and spaces. Anyone can make a Non-Objective Fluxpoem . Any font can be used in the making of this type of a fluxpoem and the change in the font type will open new possibilities of expression.
Non-Objective Fluxpoems are a great way to express your deepest non-verbal thoughts and make wonderful works of art for your walls or presents for friends and family.
[ work shown: Cecil Touchon - Fusion Series #2216 - 18x12 inches
Collage and Acrylic on Paper ]
As a score:
option a. Take letters, chop them up into bits. Arrange into an abstract composition. (example above)
option b. Take a sheet with letters on it. Cut sheet into squares that each have aproximately one half of a letter on it. Arrange parts randomly into a grid. (example below)
[ Cecil Touchon - Fusion Series #1444 - 7x6 inches ]