David Tomas Martinez introduces the second week at Voluble.

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Two Poems by David Tomas Martinez: Shed and Symposium

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Music: Brooklyn Shanti  http://www.brooklynshanti.com & Robin Sukhadia http://www.tablapusher.com Editing: Brooklyn Shanti  Poems and Vocals: Tarfia Faizullah  Footage of “Love Poem Ending with the Eye of a Needle” comes from Sita Sings the Blues: http://www.sitasingstheblues.com

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This poem is the moment. It is part ekphrasis, fiction, and history. The location is real, after 40 years, it is still a part of the community. The need is real – a simple fundraiser; a “benefit dance” created by the parishioners of Church of the Resurrection as part of a larger community effort to support […]

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A.H. Jerriod Avant introduces the first week at Voluble.

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Listen to Rachel Eliza Griffiths artist’s statement:

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In art class, the students were astonishing: a quiet woman who made prints of disfigured mice, a woman who photographed her roommate wrapped in toilet paper, a woman who often had a bottle of wine and wanted to make books with no ink. She wiped down the teeth of the typewriter and pressed the keys […]

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Listen to Nadia Huggin’s Artist’s Statement:   An interview with Nadia Huggins This work developed over the course of weeks, months, years? I started developing the idea behind the series from December 2013 and spent a year from January 2014 photographing the boys. I suppose creating an emotional consciousness and sensitivity to the experience also […]

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