Sebastian Gurciullo


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Pattern recognition #2

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Gene Pool

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and for each a cloud

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hard rubbish collection

Holds 1000 litres save every drop of your precious rainwater perfect for the family home or holiday house marine grade PVC bladder clip together zinc-plated tubular steel frame mesh protective cover easy to assemble Includes adaptor 150cm tall 120cm diameter …

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A Moral Science

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try color

Sebastian Gurciullo has been co-editor of and contributor to textbase since its inception in 1998. His most recent publications include Marginal Text through textbase publications (2004) and concrete pieces in Unusual Work No.2 (2005). He works as a curator of online exhibitions at Public Record Office Victoria, where he is also editor of Provenance: The Journal of Public Record Office Victoria.

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Tim Wright Reviews D. J. Huppatz and Sebastian Gurciullo

'Please don't make confused noises while chanting,' a sign in a Kunming monastery read when I visited there a few years ago. Another sign, not far from a thick wad of burning incense sticks, announced 'No conflagration!' D.J. Huppatz's Book of Poem!is written with a sharp sensibility to similar glitches in translation, specifically as they're found in the spiky readymade phrases of Japanese English, or 'Engrish', in the consumer world of packaging, t-shirts and instruction manuals.

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