Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Poetic Chance of Lost Objects

Lost objects … nomadic remains wandering in the world … I find ‘moving’ beauty in lost objects – emotional beauty in motion, an ever-changing charm, adrift and shattering … Wordsworthian sublimity … “These beauteous forms / Through a long absence, have not been to me / As is a landscape to a blind man’s eye” […]

Originally posted on Narragonia Express – Il blog di Milton Fernàndez:
Ammetto che mi è venuta a noia. Ogni qualvolta mi capita di sentire l’espressione scrittore migrante, so che si tratta di un autore che non leggerò, anche a costo di precludermi epifanie letterarie difficilmente reperibili in un altrove locale. Eppure sono talmente affascinato da…

Originally posted on bringflorentinekidshome:
You can always count on good people to speak up and lend a hand, all over the world! Family and friends of the abducted children have been heartened by the response to the petition asking US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton to help bring the children home. Since its launch last…

Poetry & self-portraiture

Self-portraiture: shooting oneself. Canvas suicide. For a new playful identity. Nomadic ‘I.’ In the ‘eye’ of the camera. “The Photograph is the advent of myself as other: a cunning dissociation of consciousness from identity” (Roland Barthes, Camera Lucida) “Before I ever photographed, I was playing around in costumes and dressing up as characters in my […]