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Post-ecopoetics :: What will poetry be in ten thousand years? Jonathan Skinner | Jacket2

Cueva de las Manos — Santa Cruz, Argentina, ca. 7300 BC

Source: What will poetry be in ten thousand years? (3) | Jacket2

Humans are creating a new geological layer of technofossils.

Athit Perawongmetha/Reuters

Almost anything that’s not recycled has the potential to fossilize.

Source: Humans are creating a new geological layer of technofossils.

TOM CLARK: The mind delighting in its rambles (Clare: “to wander a pathless way”): Moorland wanderings: W.S. Graham, R.S. Thomas / Is that a heart or a wound? (Sanctus Spiritus)

 

– WS Graham

 

Source: TOM CLARK: The mind delighting in its rambles (Clare: “to wander a pathless way”): Moorland wanderings: W.S. Graham, R.S. Thomas / Is that a heart or a wound? (Sanctus Spiritus)

Zeitgeist Spam: Nuestra America: Feral Theory

If, following Rubin, Frye, and Polish, to become women was to be domesticated, it would seem that undoing gender, to borrow Judith Butler’s phrase, would mean going feral. Monique Wittig long ago described lesbians as “escapees” from gender. Wittig’s renegade lesbian is no longer a woman; like the avian inmate who flees the farm, or the dog who joins the wolves, she has gone feral.

Zeitgeist Spam: Nuestra America: Feral Theory.

Interview with Amy King, Winner of the 2015 WNBA Award

The WNBA Award was presented to Amy King at the SoFAB Institute in New Orleans, June 6 (Left to right) Jane Kinney Denning, president WNBA-NYC, VP-elect, WNBA National; NC Weil, WNBA Award chair; Amy King; Carin Siegfried, president WNBA National. (Photo credit: Ann Benoit

Interview with Amy King, Winner of the 2015 WNBA Award.

Art in the Anthropocene | FOP

Cover Art, © Mary Mattingly, House and Universe, 2013

Art in the Anthropocene | FOP.

Interfacing the Anthropocene Part III | FOP

Untitled (Human Mask) (2014), Film. (Courtesy the artist; Hauser & Wirth, London; Marian Goodman Gallery, New York; Esther Schipper, Berlin; Anna Lena, Paris, © Pierre Huyghe)

一期一会

that is,

Ichi-go ichi-e, or “each moment is always once-in-a-lifetime”. – Wikipedia

Interfacing the Anthropocene Part III | FOP.