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Zoëtrope [ zō’-eh-trōp ]

1865–70; <Greek — zōḗ ‘life’ + tropḗ ‘turn’

— A device that, when whirled, gives successive images the illusion of motion; — the illusion of appearing as one moving image

Zoëtrope in Words:
a guild of writers who play with words and wonders
to set images* in motion.

*Images as symbioses of words and Life

We are nothing if not experimental…

Music is primal,

Illusion is secondary.



From the desk of the guild…scratching and wresting and finding new marvels:

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