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Ecopoems 3: Installation

On June 19th 2012, I exhibited the first stage of the ecopoems as an installation at the Spode China Halls in Stoke-on-Trent.  The China Hall is part of the now abandoned Spodeware factory; its chalky dust-rippled space is cavernous in … Continue reading

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Ecopoems 2

When I started the ecopoetry project last month, my hypothesis was that the paper would be eroded and thus the text redacted by insects, weather and bird-pecks. Having collected a sample of the texts that were scattered, I have observed … Continue reading

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Ecopoems

I experiment with ecopoetry and site-specificity each spring (because that is what poet-academics do to relax, of course). Last year, I used some of my own poems as a basis for ruination by weather, birds, elements. This year I have chosen some found material … Continue reading

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