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Technique[ edit ] The cut-up and the closely associated fold-in are the two main techniques: Cut-up is performed by taking a finished and fully linear text and cutting it in pieces with a few or single words on each piece. It is Burroughs and Gysin 's joint development.
Wolman developed cut-up techniques as part of his lettrist practice in the early s. Also in the s, painter and writer Brion Gysin more fully developed the cut-up method after accidentally re-discovering it.
He had placed layers of newspapers as a mat to protect a tabletop from being scratched while he cut papers with a razor blade. Upon cutting through the newspapers, Gysin noticed that the sliced layers offered interesting juxtapositions of text and image. He began deliberately cutting newspaper articles into sections, which he randomly rearranged.
The book Minutes to Go resulted from his initial cut-up experiment: Gysin introduced Burroughs to the technique at the Beat Hotel. The pair later applied the technique to printed media and audio recordings in an effort to decode the material's implicit content, hypothesizing that such a technique could be used to discover the true meaning of a given text.
Burroughs also suggested cut-ups may be effective as a form of divination saying, "When you cut into the present the future leaks out. InBurroughs and Gysin published The Third Minda collection of cut-up writings and essays on the form.
Jeff Nuttall's publication My Own Mag was another important outlet for the then-radical technique.
In an interview, Alan Burns noted that for Europe After The Rain and subsequent novels he used a version of cut-ups: History in literature[ edit ] Inpoets Howard W. Lindon developed a cut-up technique known as vocabularyclept poetryin which a poem is formed by taking all the words of an existing poem and rearranging them, often preserving the metre and stanza lengths.
Collagewhich was popularized roughly contemporaneously with the Surrealist movement, sometimes incorporated texts such as newspapers or brochures.
The "neo-verse drama" titled Booby, Mama! In her late s novel Blood and Guts in High SchoolAcker explored literary cut-up and appropriation as an integral part of her method. This was part of an abandoned project called Guerrilla Conditions meant as a documentary on Burroughs and filmed throughout — Inspired by Burroughs' and Gysin's technique of cutting up text and rearranging it in random order, Balch had an editor cut his footage for the documentary into little pieces and impose no control over its reassembly.
Many audience members claimed the film made them ill, others demanded their money back, while some just stumbled out of the cinema ranting "it's disgusting".Below you will see a chart of English language word roots that are common prefixes and suffixes to base words.
(This list is similar to that which appeared previously on this site.).
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At the end of the meeting, Baltimore and four other molecular biologists stayed up all night writing a consensus statement. They laid out ways to isolate potentially dangerous experiments and. The cut-up technique (or découpé in French) is an aleatory literary technique in which a written text is cut up and rearranged to create a new text.
The concept can be traced to at least the Dadaists of the s, but was popularized in the late s and early s by writer William S.
Burroughs, and has since been used in a wide variety of contexts. But another strain developed in the fifties and sixties—darker and weirder, though no less traceable to a literary source: William S.
Burroughs’ surrealist cut-up technique, which he developed with artist Brion pfmlures.com above, you can hear Burroughs explain cut-up writing as a “montage technique” from painting applied to “words on a page.”.