Asemic Morphemes


"Asemic Morphemes" is my second collection of asemic writing. The first collection was “Asemic Writing 1o1”, which focused on letter placement and breaking the linear structures of writing.
In this collection, I have focused more on the structure of letters and morphemes.
According to the rules of this imaginary language, each morpheme consists of exactly three letters and the combination of all three letters together (48*48*48) creates 110,592 unique morphemes. The purpose of creating this collection is to challenge our understanding of the usual structures of human writing systems.

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