Synopsis of the Art and Literary Work, Recto & Verso: A Work of Asemism and Pareidolia
Recto & Verso: A Work of Asemism and Pareidolia is a collection of full-color asemic and pareidolic images by authors Dominic Ward and Eckhard Gerdes. This striking book explores the intersections between abstract art and written word, drawing on the authors’ varied backgrounds in visual and literary arts to present a unique aesthetic experience.
About the Author, Dominic Ward
Dominic Ward is an author and visual artist most well-known for his books Prism and Graded Monotony (2013, 3rd edition) and The Hunter (2015), both of which were published by the Journal of Experimental Fiction. He lives with his wife and four children in Esk, Australia. His work has been widely praised for its innovative approach to combining visuals and text.