Tag Archives: poetry

An inner truth

An inner truth

Curator Lee Plested and Anishnabe Ojibwa artist Charlene Vickers uncover the complexities of displaying indigenous work.

ruminations on rust

ruminations on rust

Writer Adrienne Maree Brown offers a poetic tribute to her adopted city of Detroit.

“Balance In B-Flat Minor”

“Balance In B-Flat Minor”

Annah Anti-Palindrome’s original poem for the issue, “Balance In B-Flat Minor,” is a visual interpretation of Chopin’s Sonata No.2, Op. 35, and takes the form of annotated sheet music.

Moonwork, or the art of revaluing

Moonwork, or the art of revaluing

A-lan Holt shares five love poems from her debut book, “Moonwork.”

Geoffrey Goes to Venice

Geoffrey Goes to Venice

Michael Turner introduces Vancouver artist Geoffrey Farmer and his plans for representing Canada at the 57th Venice Biennale.

Excerpt from “The Eyelash and the Monochrome”

Excerpt from “The Eyelash and the Monochrome”

Vancouver artist Tiziana La Melia shares an excerpt of poetry from her new book, “The Eyelash and the Monochrome,” exploring the complexities of language in the digital age.

Writer-in-Residence

Testament to Long Loves

Writer-in-Residence

Testament to Long Loves

Writer-in-Residence Mimi Cheng uncovers the love and loss explored in Christina P. Day’s exhibition “Stills and Composites,” on view through December 16, 2016 at CUE Art Foundation.

Booked

The Variations of its Shadows: An Interview with Jorge Méndez Blake

Booked

The Variations of its Shadows: An Interview with Jorge Méndez Blake

Artist Jorge Méndez Blake discusses his method of translating the psychological places within books and poems into sculptures and installations.

Speaking Without Words

Speaking Without Words

Part poetry, part proclamation, this experimental text by artist Siobhan Aluvalot reveals the motivations driving her work.

The New Situationists

Everyone Gets Lighter: On John Giorno, Ugo Rondinone, and the Gift of Exchange

The New Situationists

Everyone Gets Lighter: On John Giorno, Ugo Rondinone, and the Gift of Exchange

This inaugural article of a new column titled “The New Situationists” investigates the romantic and collaborative relationship between poet John Giorno and artist Ugo Rondinone.

Affixing Ceremony: Four Movements for Essex | An Interview with Tiona McClodden

Affixing Ceremony: Four Movements for Essex | An Interview with Tiona McClodden

An interview with filmmaker Tiona McClodden about her digital project memorializing poet and activist Essex Hemphill.

Found Magic

Found Magic

A slideshow of found photographs on the theme of magic.