I am looking for value in these things that are considered lowbrow, ugly or cringe in the scope of fine art.
Sketching On A Sewage Pond (ft. Wenting Li)
I would love to move closer to ideas where I am a part of the audience.
Artist Profile: Ryookyung Kim
I really enjoy the texture of toothed papers and the weight of books in my palms.
Artist Profile: Mirae Lee
I started with the girl and what she could be feeling to let her moments unwind.
This Language Is Never Complete (ft. Natalie Wee)
Thus writing in english is a constant act of approximation for someone who has lived in more than one language;
A Mossy Rock, A Hidden Place, Some Kind Of Ruins (ft. Sanna Wani)
One of the best notes I ever got about an angry poem was that I sounded like if the universe was your mom and your mom was mad at you.
The Alchemy of Anger (ft. Estyr)
This song marks a reversal for me: the defect isn’t with me, or with others. I am empowered to make space for others, and stretch boundaries of inclusion in my spheres of influence.
from How To Write An Autobiographical Novel, Alexander Chee
The writer Lorrie Moore calls the feeling I felt that day "the consolations of the mask," where you make a place that doesn't exist in your own… Read more "from How To Write An Autobiographical Novel, Alexander Chee"
Notes On Twenty-Five
Notes on Twenty-Five is a hand-cut, hand-bound zine featuring 25 poems.
Wandering To Inevitable Arrivals (ft. Penrose Press)
What does the creative process sound like between you?
It’s sometimes as if Natalie and I are speaking different languages that we can each understand more or less.
I don’t know if I could ever work on my own, now that I’ve experienced working so closely with another person.