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A trifle : Erich Fried / Jürgen Wagner

A trifle for Catherine I don’t know what love is but perhaps it is something like this: When she come home from abroad and tells me proudly: “I saw a water rat” and I remember these words when I wake up in the night and next day at work and I long to hear her … Continue reading

I Am With You : Kassák Lajos / Manuel Alvarez Bravo

In front of you I go you in front of me the early sun’s gold chain jingles on my wrist. Where are you going — I ask you answer — how do I know. I speed up my walk but you speed all the more. I in front of you you in front of me. … Continue reading

Jackson Pollock: Abstract Expressionist

“On the floor I am more at ease,” he once wrote. “I feel nearer, more part of the painting since this way I can walk around it, work from the four sides and literally be in the painting.” During his lifetime Pollock was famously photographed creating these seminal works, known as drip or action paintings. … Continue reading

Ernst Jandl : Experimental poetry

1964 Ernst Jandl (1925-2000, Vienna) is Austria’s most famous writer of experimental poetry in the tradition of expressionism and dadaism. Stylistically, he cuts and distorts, bends and mixes words, leaves vowels away, exchanges consonants, removes syllables, mixes words of different languages and reads his poems in a way that they make perfect and wonderful sense again in the end. … Continue reading

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Peter Seelig “Time is the reality of absence”

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