Catwalk UK by Judith Dekker, poem by Bernard Dewulf
Sometimes, when one town keeps me from sleep,
I lie desperately listening to the other:
Yves Bommenel’s (bobie) Daftar Assafar is a travel diary paying tribute to the Moroccan work of the painter Eugène Delacroix.
Brumes au-dessus des terrasses de la médina,
Sifflets des merles sur la ville qui s’éveille…
Mists under the medina’s terraces,
Whistles of the blackbirds on the city which is awakening.
Is a cowboy poetry film from filmmaker H. Paul Moon and poet Joel Nelson.
I have run on middle fingernail through Eolithic morning,
I have thundered down the coach road with the Revolution’s warning.
Tommy Decker’s Song for Awe and Dread is a contemporary take on the vanitas paintings of the 17th century and an investigation into the emotional duality of our existence. The Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard identified this duality as awe and dread. It’s a performance piece, to be read:
… dressed in black
Wearing a skeleton mask
With a piece of gum in your mouth
While standing on a stack of books
As you read a list of chewing gum flavours
Beau Blue lives in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Two of Beau’s animations are shown here: Scrapbook Construction which ends:
And a little girl so seriously four,
lecturing the old dog sternly,
on why he shouldn’t lick the glue.
and Life in a High Crime Zone which begins:
The prophecy, posted
on South Redwood Avenue’s telephone poles
two days ago by a bored city work crew
that didn’t really care if anybody knew,
came to pass at 2:17a.m. Saturday.
Ovella by Adriana Páramo and Lara Dopazo is translated from Galician. Farruco the sheep takes centre stage …
by Cindy St. Onge
Aubade by Matt Mullins and Lucy English
by Bridget Johnson
by Finn Harvor
by Cheryl Gross, poem by Nicelle Davis
by Paul Summers and Dan Douglas
by José Luis Ugarte
by Patricia Killelea
from The Book of Hours, poem Lucy English, filmed by Eduardo Yagüe
by Stefan Petermann and Juliane Jaschnow
Modifying Expectations - Interview with Mab Jones
by Mab Jones and Alex Taylor (Disappear Here)