A Palimpsest

A palimpsest is a manuscript page, from which the original text has been scraped or washed off, so that the page could be reused for another document. We used the form for a combination of watercolor and ink with asemic writing; i.e., without semantic content. You can find it in works of Paul Klee, Joan Miró, Rashid Koraichi, Cy Twombly and others.

Finally, we sent the postcard to Mikel Untzilla.

Published by Gerald Jatzek

Gerald is a poet and musician who writes in German and English . He has published books for children and adults. He has played in quite some countries, including Italy, Greece, and Hong Kong. 2001 he received the Austrian State Prize for Children’s Poetry.

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