References, Links and Citations

The words on this website and the tweets found at the @tweetsofwangwei account are all remixed, derived, re-invented, reworked or rewritten words based on the book Introduction to the Introduction to Wang Wei by Pain Not Bread.

 

If you enjoy the tweets of Wang Wei, please consider reading the source material which inspired this project.  It is a brilliant, powerful and extremely beautiful work.

 

From the Critical Introducation:

Works Cited

Pain Not Bread (Association). Introduction to the Introduction to Wang Wei. London, ON: Brick Books, 2000.

Works Consulted

Allen, Anita N. “Dredging up the past: Lifelogging, Memory, and Surveillance.” The University of Chicago Law Review. 75.1 (2008): 47-74.

Ben-Ari, Elia. “Twitter: What’s all the Chirping About?” BioScience. 59.7 (2009): 632.

Constant, Paul. “Paul Constant Reviews Twitter.” The Stranger. (Seattle) 30 June 2009: The Stranger. Viewed 13 April 2010 <http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/paul-constant- reviews-twitter/Content?oid=1774875>.

Images on this, and the twitter account @tweetsofwangwei have been obtained from the Wikimedia Commons 

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Dong Qichang.Landscapes in the Manner of Old Masters (Wang Wei). Album leaf.1621-24 Nelson-Atkuns Museum