At the time that visual writing came into focus as a new type of art, it seemed to me that handwriting would be one of its most stalwart assets. Handwriting is infinite. It actually has a greater complexity than computers, for no computer is able to walk, talk, cry, think for itself, breath or live. The above is an artwork that Bill DiMichele produced presumably by writing with a pen on a piece of paper then Xerox copying it at a great enlargement setting. No one has really explored the artworks that could be put together with this technique. It’s perhaps a way of investigating repression and uninhibited meaning. It forms a psychic connection between unspoiled nature and humanity. It’s nature beyond constraint.