Ben Morris & Marcus Slease have realised the aberrant underbelly of the gentle metropolis dirge in an acoustamatic tin tin of the city, bringing the offbeat poetics and grinding sonic beauty of London into three dimensions, falling off a wall. Part of The Enemies Project. Hardy Tree Gallery. London. These
Here is a nice mini lecture by Tim Atkins on British Innovative Poetry in the 1990s. A small group. But at least something.
outside The Hardy Tree. London. Near Kings Cross. 7th July 2013
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My girlfriend Ewa is making chapbooks for The Enemies Project. A collaboration with sound artist and painter Ben Morris. This is stage one mock up. Playing with stamps and watercolurs. There will be a green lizard stamp on cover. Cover is special Indian paper from east London (brick lane). Event
Excited for this next week. Working with the sound and outsider artist Ben Morris. YEAH!!
Electronic Voice Phenomena is a new experimental literature, performance and music show that feeds on the corpse of paranormal pseudo-science. UK tour coming up: http://www.electronicvoicephenomena.net/index.php/on-tour/
it is all of us in this spooky life . . THE OUTSIDER ART OF DAVID KELLY http://erkembode.com/2013/04/30/camarade-mimih-part-1-enemies-of-the-south/
Eating Bulgogi memories are not the porno a poem for Marcus Slease on the occasion of his 39th birthday
Thanks SJ Fowler and David Kelly: http://erkembode.com/2013/04/07/for-marcus-slease/ (image: David Kelly)