Process Notes Laura Christiansen on Collaboration In my artwork, I paint on found portraits and snapshots, cancelling parts of images and conjuring new illusions– all of which are further recreated when combined with a poem. I invited Marjorie Thomsen and Christine Poreba to write in response to my work. These […]
Process Notes Laura Christensen on Collaboration In my artwork, I paint on found portraits and snapshots, cancelling parts of images and conjuring new illusions– all of which are further recreated when combined with a poem. I invited Marjorie Thomsen and Christine Poreba to write in response to my work. These […]
A Process Note My roots as a poet began in writing largely about myths and fairy tales and living inside other existing stories (mostly becuase I didn’t have much real-world experience to fuel my writing, so what else to write about but the stories I lived inside of?) Not strange […]
José Felipe Alvergue is a graduate of both the Cal Arts Writing and Buffalo Poetics programs. He is the author of gist : rift : drift : bloom (2015) and precis (2017). He lives and works in Wisconsin.
______________________________________________________ Mara Adamitz Scrupe is a poet and visual artist. She has created significant bodies of work in as a poet, in artists’ books, sculpture, installation, and in social practice. Her awards include the National Endowment for the Arts/CEC ArtsLink fellowship, the District of Columbia (Washington, […]
Kate Greenstreet’s most recent book is The End of Something, published by Ahsahta Press in December 2017. The video color comes from outside was first seen in the exhibition “On Whiteness” at The Kitchen in New York City in August 2018.
A Process Note I’ve taken to watching everything with the closed captioning turned on. I’ve started to imagine scenes in real life with that kind of commentary running beneath it. It’s probably obvious but I’ve also been thinking a lot about institutional language and how it serves to obfuscate the […]
A Process Note BEC: For my process, I explore bus stops, parks, and sidewalks in search of debris left behind by those passing by. I use my collection to create a kind of geographical portrait of human presence and expose the composition into a silkscreen. Each time I print the […]
_______________________________________________________________ Sarah J. Sloat divides her time between Frankfurt and Barcelona, where she works in news. Her poems and prose have appeared in The Offing, Hayden’s Ferry Review and Diagram, among other journals.
A Process Note Graphic poetry is the melding of words and images. In her project, ”Trans. Sensory,” Naoko Fujimoto translates her poems (that are written in English on paper) into words and images to create a contemporary picture scroll. The viewers transport their senses from the paper and bridge the […]