The Supreme Court rules that states cannot ban same-sex marriage. FPR celebrates.
In recent months, conceptual poetry and the act of appropriation have brought about questions of boundaries, racism, privilege and art. In some cases, as with all forms of art, conceptual works have been celebrated while others have been condemned. Here are some of the discussions.
What do you get when you translate a 17th century Czech philosopher’s annotations from a drawing of clouds into English? Found poetry, of course!
Wintz’s text behaves like the textual equivalent of an uncertainty principle: if at any time a reader is aware of physically where they are, they have lost track of time; if a reader is sure of “when they are,” there is no certainty of where.