Wayne Clements

Wayne Clements, writer and artist, studied fine art at Chelsea College of Art and Design, where he researched machine methods of generating text. His artworks have been widely exhibited internationally, and he received the Award of Distinction for Net Vision, Prix Ars Electronica 2006. First published by Bob Cobbing’s Writers Forum Press in the 1990s, eight books of poetry and visual work have followed. Recent publications include Clerical Work, Western Philosophy, Archeus, Variant Lines, Lives of the Saints and Kenya.

from Anatomies of Melancholy

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