TINT is the product of my constant inquiry into legacy – the problems posed by people or knowledge that lingers in the historical record. I create texts which are manipulated through the use of modern technology such as language algorithms or graphics-editing programs questioning aged or archaic knowledge as both information and object. Done in the service of creating complicated voices or definitions of subject matter, the results explore the genesis of long-held and, often, debunked beliefs.
Douglas Luman is the Book Reviews editor for the Found Poetry Review, an intern at the Chicago School of Poetics, and an MFA candidate at George Mason University. He is sleeping in a library somewhere in Northern Virginia. Follow him on Twitter @douglasjluman, or at http://www.douglasjluman.com