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WORKS

WORKS

WORKS

CREATIVE HIGHLIGHTS

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Stiles' critically acclaimed practice is rooted in a lifelong love of language art, spanning disciplines and mediums to explore poetry's role as humanity's most ancient and enduring technology.

Text-based paintings, works on paper and analog sculpture stem from the tradition of visual and concrete poetics while investigating the condition of digital dualism.

Media-rich poems with spoken word and original music explore how novel poetic devices like motion, speed, duration, sound and screenglow augment possibilities for literature and readership.

Generative poems - co-authored with AI and published via web3 platforms - probe the evolution of language beyond oral, written and human traditions, often leveraging blockchain as a next-gen printing press.

To inquire about available works and special projects, please contact toni@artxcode.io.

FOUR CORE TEXTS: HUMANIFESTO & OTHER POEMS

A quartet of transhuman poems powered by the ever-evolving technology of language – a generative literary gesamtkunstwerk composed with four forms of AI.

Explore the Reader's Guide here.

CURSIVE BINARY

A proposed language for transhuman connection and collaboration, fusing Stiles' handwriting with the 0's and 1's of binary code. Honored in the Future.Art.Awards (2021) and exhibited widely around the world.

Select works from the series:

TECHNELEGY - MEDIA-RICH ADAPTATION OF THE BOOK

Ongoing performance of each text in the hardcover edition of Technelegy as a unique, media-rich, cinematic poem. These digital adaptations leverage a range of tools and approaches to explore the evolution of language and publication beyond the oral and written traditions, and are concepted, visualized and produced by Stiles, with original music by Kris Bones. Learn more at Technelegy.xyz.

ANALOG BINARY CODE

A technobiological language project in which machine speak is translated into found objects, proposing new modes of communication for and with our future selves.