about Rivulet 3
Hello, and welcome to rivulet 3: landswept.
In this issue, we're pleased to share:
a language composed of gesture, vocal thrum, & breath;
a conversation surrounding re-combinatory, geometric "cuts";
transmissions from the yard, the weeds, the bluff, & the cliff;
paintings and diary fragments bearing witness to multiple queernesses;
a video triptych working through displacement, translation, and transition;
sutured poems, with audio, modeled after the plastic of 3D printers.
We're tempted to overstate the sheer multivalency of the work represented here —— how it rings like a bell, undoes itself, combines with itself into new forms —— but would prefer, for now, to step back and allow the pieces their space to resonate.
As we continue to advance our idea of the interstitial (and varieties of translation) as aesthetic vernacular, we encourage all to contact us and/or submit to rivulet 4.
Thank you for reading.
Abu `Abd Allah al-Husayn ibn Ahmad ibn Khalawayh. The Names of the Lion.
Barthes, Roland. Camera Lucida.
Berger, John. Life and Death at the Graveside of Mahmoud Darwish.
Berssenbrugge, Mei-mei. Hello, The Roses.
Berssenbrugge, Mei-mei. I Love Artists.
Casares, Adolfo. The Invention of Morel.
Conrad, CA. The Right to Manifest Manifesto.
Dillard, Annie. “Total Eclipse.”
Dundas, Heather. “Michel Foucault in Death Valley: A Boom interview with Simeon Wade.”
Kobayashi, Issa. Haikus.
Manning, Erin & Massumi, Brian. Thought in the Act.
Mayer, Bernadette. Studying Hunger.
Taussig, Michael. I Swear I Saw This.
Woolf, Virginia. The Waves.
Kobayashi, Masaki. Kwaidan.
Flori, Jean Jaques & Tchalgadjieff, Stéphane. Fela Kuti: Music is The Weapon.
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