Switchback Trance: A Response to Heather Kravas: visions of beauty Mar 31, 2017

by Natalie Singer-Velush

Tic toc.

 

Tic toc.

Tic toc.

Tic toc.

Tic toc.

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visions of beauty by Heather Kravas - interview with Petra Zanki Mar 21, 2017

by Petra Zanki

When Heather said that much of her aesthetics comes from times when she hung at the concerts and in the gritty punk scene in nineties, she got me fully. There is a lot of irrational romanticism in that, but I don’t need much to connect, if the words and ideas, said and unsaid, are right. 

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We s&*%, we f&$@, we kill, we die Mar 20, 2017

by Petra Zanki

While looking for a place where I could write about Jessica’s work, the one that would have a European feel to bring me home (something that is more than 100 years old, with wooden walls, brass fixtures, and high ceilings) walking up the hill, and then down the hill, and then up the hill, then down again, on a first evening in which the sun hiding

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Sideways: A Review of A Great Hunger By Jessica Jobaris Mar 20, 2017

by Imani Sims

We compose ourselves 

 

Adjacent to intimacy.

 

Shudder white against

Authentic skin undone.

 

Humor covers honesty

In shades of

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CUT UP HISTORICAL DOCUMENT FROM AN EMAIL (found poem) Mar 3, 2017

by Sara Ann

CUT UP HISTORICAL DOCUMENT FROM AN EMAIL
FROM A DIFFERENT PERSON NAMED JOHN
ON THE PURCHASE AND EXAMINATION
OF THE CURRENT OTB BUILDING
WITH REFERENCES TO WASHINGTON HALL

We met many many years ago.  You don’t remember and that’s fine.

 

to 100 West Roy tonight … opening the doors

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The information is in the flesh: An interview with Jessica Jobaris Mar 2, 2017

by Natalie Singer-Velush

“I’m really into disruption.”

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The information is in the flesh: An interview with Jessica Jobaris Mar 2, 2017

by Natalie Singer-Velush

“I’m really into disruption.”

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