I’ve been enjoying this album whose song titles form a poem.
In 1780, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe carved this poem into the wall of a wooden hut in the Thuringian Forest.
149 years later, Federico García Lorca wrote a letter to his family on a strip of birch bark from Vermont.
Poems don’t have to live on the page.
I’ve collaborated with Apsis Lab on an interdisciplinary performance premiering at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Written by Joana Raio, A Bridge by a Cliff uses film, music, poetry and dance to create a multi-sensory portrayal of the bitter-sweetness of lost love. The show runs from Monday 21st to Sunday 27th August. Tickets available here.
RESTRICTED: SOME LANGUAGE