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Tonight, November 23rd, B O D Y hosts a Transatlantic Poetry reading featuring JOSHUA WEINER (US) and EMILY BERRY (UK). The reading will be streamed live over the internet on Google+ and the Transatlantic Poetry website.
Jessica Mensch, B O D Y’s Art Editor, is known for her penetrating interviews with other artists. We decided to turn the tables and ask her about her own work this time. Tammer El-Sheikh caught up with Jessica to ask about her process, how she approaches art - and find out what THE FUZZ is all about.
This week, B O D Y sat down with experimental video artist and animator Emily Pelstring to take a look at some of her recent work and talk about her process and what it means to be fueled by a post-modern, punk ethos. Our in-depth interview with this exciting artist includes five - yes, five! - full videos of her work.
B O D Y: What’s the kind of painting that you hate?
MITCHELL WIEBE: Painting that insults your intelligence, that looks like its trying to be something it’s not.
B O D Y: Have you ever made any of those?
MITCHELL WIEBE: Yeah, all the time.
Lindsey Holland reading her poem "It Comes To Blood," at Napa Bar in Prague, 26 August, 2012.
Annie Brechin reading her poem, "Choices", at Napa Bar & Gallery in Prague, 26 August, 2012.
Breath fills the decayed tree. The sky is still / a syllable. Light lives inside those wings. We have / no word to describe the insects’ tremors beneath / the bark, or to measure the currents between here / and the next tree. What do we know?
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