Tag: surrealism

Hidden Structure Erik Volet

“Yes, there is a structure … but it is a structure made of silences, of hanging threads, of cut scenes, where everything occurs in a simultaneous time which is a no-time.” -Juan Rulfo, 1983 The paintings’ content reflect this ambiguity of form: the figures are both personal and archetypal, representing

Automatism, Transgression and Limit-Experience Richard Burke

I am currently interested in exploring digital methods as a way of creating surrealist art. Digital art allows for explorations in painting, photography, collage, and mixed media incorporating painting and photography. Surrealism is for me a way of meaningfully integrating my interests in Libertarian Socialist politics, and Esoteric Thought while

Transmutations of Dave Vescio

My goal with my up-close & personal urban decay shots is: How do I make the old, ugly, and the discarded look beautiful, strong, and colorful again? And why do I see faces everywhere I look? Who is always watching me? My mission with art photography is to reveal to

Dream Incubations P.D. Newman

Poems by P.D. Newman. Art illustrations Mitchell Pluto Anamnesis Barley or mead or wine or corn Pour out from my goatskin And into my bull’s horn! To pieces by the Titans was Dionysus torn! Lo! A man must die For him to be twice-born! For P.K., a Poem Close the

String Theory Andrew Mendez

” Encyclopedia. Philosophy. Surrealism is based on the belief in the superior reality of certain forms of previously neglected association” Andre Breton “Manifesto” 1929 String Theory Expecting the unexpected already foretells its appearance. Likewise, in any image, worlds unknown of before emerge from within. It is the ability of reading

Pyrograph / by Anthony Seidman

Pyrograph I I opened my chest, and fire taught me how to breaststroke. She stopped talking to me about textures of chlorine, because wind sniffs bone revealed from the other side of nakedness. I closed my chest, and Verb carbonized my brain. She addressed me with the silence of a

POEMS AND COLLAGE DARREN THOMAS

The knock on the door Of becoming. Darren Thomas 31.1.21 The knock on the Door of Becoming Sustained by cloud and hunger In the web-stained village I caught the wisps of sky And mandrake root Their tears Filling my eyes With the echo of a street Glimpsed in real dreams

Beatriz Hausner / 3 POEMS

Beatriz Hausner There Must Be An Angel Divide me into you so we may rise above the mirrors a hand encrusted into the starred heavens for the multitude of angels beneath and fluttering as the hand of some other goddess rouses you through me: there must be an angel playing

On Invisible AMPLIFICATION/ Will Alexander

Humanity has become a blur so what i’d like to dispel is the solemn power that remains linear connection. The atmosphere of experiment continues to glow long after the thwarted influence of Le Grand Jeu. Because it’s central tendencies were reprimanded at the infamous gathering at the Bar Chateau in

A Further Note on Le Grand Jeu /WILL ALEXANDER/ 1

Not savage clinical aspiration but a rising of forces beyond the spell of old beliefs. Not as kindled proportional realm or alterity as obsolescent embrace via religious camouflage. Never as myopic planetary guide Le Grand Jeu continues to hurtle in secret, within strange secretive enclaves sans endemic diminishmemt. Not simply

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