In this offering of a Kinetic Utopia, I invite you into the world of these words.
On 22nd June 1976, Theresa Hak Kyung Cha sat by the tomb of Tristan Tzara in Montparnasse Cemetery, Paris, listening to the rain. This gesture instigates a cut-up practice to disassemble and reassemble some of Cha's words, creating the opportunity to liberate some of her vocabulary from the poetic structures she creates in her writing … Continue reading The Ghostword Sembles Itself
Based in Krakow, Poland, Katarzyna Bazarnik and Zenon Fajfer are creating, curating, documenting and theorising a literary revolution : Liberature.
At first we just look. dense matting of human figures piled up motor vehicles abstracted body parts scattered words on a barbed wire fence the sweat of my bones breaking out of my ribs my head a maze of jumbled trash tangled misused distorted Then I know we have to … Continue reading Border : Crossing
collaborative writing experiment based on #Dallas Twitter posts, by Joe Evans & Sally-Shakti Willow
entire universe in the spaces in between [y]our toes : the silence of blood and bones
NOW IS THE TIME YOU’VE BEEN WAITING FOR. BE THE LOVE. YOU ARE AWAKE. YOU ARE LOVE.
check my eyes for signs of life write my words
The Unfinished Dream at Eastbourne Yoga Show, Saturday 11th June 2016.