Jul 15, 2005

Qage, n. 1. the visual word and its parts; 2. where language and image are insperable; 3. the aesthetics of the image of a word, and the recognition of the strangeness of the idea that mere shapes can carry meaning.

Coined by visual poet Geof Huth in Sept. 2004. See Huth's work here: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.