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Hybrid Poetry

A poem, even within the most revered traditions of form, remains a site of grand permissiveness.


The heart of poetry resists grammatical fascism and and, and, and, and, as such, often denies the reader a singular interpretation of its text.

Readers of poetry become translators, collaborators, and performers of information.

We place emphasis, annotation, and pause as directed but often as we individually see fit.

We end up performing poetry to ourselves in the theater of our minds. And we do it the way we think it should be performed. 

These intermedia works disrupt and dialogue with essential tenets of historical poetic form, translating poetic structure into a visual internal logic. They present the act of reading as a suggested score for mental movement within a sensory and memory-based experience of the poetic.

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