(in)visible

Degraded travelogue

contribution by Viktorija Bogdanova   Degraded travelogue “Ausencias” *   I hear the groanings of a warm mountain scent, -solar flares casted through celestial pillars; the windows, filled with forest, birds and clouds are flowing under the wound, as your

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Degraded travelogue

contribution by Viktorija Bogdanova   Degraded travelogue “Ausencias” *   I hear the groanings of a warm mountain scent, -solar flares casted through celestial pillars; the windows, filled with forest, birds and clouds are flowing under the wound, as your

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linger

again I leave the land between our lands the city where our story lingers even if I do not see the columns we leaned against, even if I do not climb the stairs of the station to find you in

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linger

again I leave the land between our lands the city where our story lingers even if I do not see the columns we leaned against, even if I do not climb the stairs of the station to find you in

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battens

  how they entangle, intertwine with one another with the space they occupy they meet, touch, tied together, they coincide, and wait until the place they did not make but only they made visible is recognized.   window sill, seat,

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battens

  how they entangle, intertwine with one another with the space they occupy they meet, touch, tied together, they coincide, and wait until the place they did not make but only they made visible is recognized.   window sill, seat,

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ether

(Nothing but) Flowers… – the Talking Heads   Bizarre is to lose shape. For reasons irrelevant, form  sometimes (simply) disappears. Not that I don’t recall or mind the differences that exist between places; no! I have been floating like a

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ether

(Nothing but) Flowers… – the Talking Heads   Bizarre is to lose shape. For reasons irrelevant, form  sometimes (simply) disappears. Not that I don’t recall or mind the differences that exist between places; no! I have been floating like a

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the poetic alphabet

the buildings act as frameworks to keep commercial signs upright they become invisible covert with characters from a forgotten poetry In a country with the least percentage of illiteracy, language determines the architecture. The Korean language was developed at the

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the poetic alphabet

the buildings act as frameworks to keep commercial signs upright they become invisible covert with characters from a forgotten poetry In a country with the least percentage of illiteracy, language determines the architecture. The Korean language was developed at the

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Dialogue

  F: We are old. H: What are you saying? F: We are old. After all we have been through, we are still here. But why? Why are we here? Nobody is listening. H: Yes, we are old. And we

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Dialogue

  F: We are old. H: What are you saying? F: We are old. After all we have been through, we are still here. But why? Why are we here? Nobody is listening. H: Yes, we are old. And we

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(in)visible: Blindness or an essay on the (innocent) eye….

The following text was kindly submitted to the writingplace by Portuguese architects Carolina Coelho* and Bruno Gil**. With it, we open a series of fascinating contributions to our monthly topic (in)visibility and further initiatives to come. – J.M.H. ***  “The

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(in)visible: Blindness or an essay on the (innocent) eye….

The following text was kindly submitted to the writingplace by Portuguese architects Carolina Coelho* and Bruno Gil**. With it, we open a series of fascinating contributions to our monthly topic (in)visibility and further initiatives to come. – J.M.H. ***  “The

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Newspaper + blackout = poetry

Instead of starting with a blank page, why not start with page full of words and black out all the words you don’t need? Poet Austin Kleon creates edgy poetry with a newspaper and a permanent marker.  

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Newspaper + blackout = poetry

Instead of starting with a blank page, why not start with page full of words and black out all the words you don’t need? Poet Austin Kleon creates edgy poetry with a newspaper and a permanent marker.  

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Story made of gaps

Tree of Codes is an exceptional book. The pages are full of holes, with occasional words here and there, fragmented and scattered. Safran Foer took his favourite book, The Street of Crocodiles by Polish-Jewish writer Bruno Schulz and began to

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Story made of gaps

Tree of Codes is an exceptional book. The pages are full of holes, with occasional words here and there, fragmented and scattered. Safran Foer took his favourite book, The Street of Crocodiles by Polish-Jewish writer Bruno Schulz and began to

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INVISIBLE SOCIETY

Written by Tadeas Riha (CZ) Inspired by the document: Life and Death in Tanvald Three older Roma men are sitting on a fountain wall in a small, north Bohemian city. The sun is not shining. Innocent picture it may seem.

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INVISIBLE SOCIETY

Written by Tadeas Riha (CZ) Inspired by the document: Life and Death in Tanvald Three older Roma men are sitting on a fountain wall in a small, north Bohemian city. The sun is not shining. Innocent picture it may seem.

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