Advice Dyslexic

by on Dec 15, 2017

(Watch Marie Craven’s video & view full credits for “Advice Dyslexic” on Vimeo)

 


Marie Craven (Queensland, Australia) assembles short videos from poetry, music, voice, stills and moving images by various artists around the world. Created via the internet, the pieces are collaborative in a way that belongs to the 21st century, with open licensing and social networking key to the process. In 2016 her video “Dictionary Illustrations” was awarded best film at the Ó Bhéal Poetry-Film Competition in Ireland. To see more: vimeo.com/mariecraven

In Darwin’s Dream

by , on Dec 7, 2017

(Watch Eduardo Yagüe & Matt Mullins’ video & view full credits for “In Darwin’s Dream” on Vimeo)

 


Eduardo Yagüe studied at the Drama Art in Gijón (Spain) he, then he moved to Madrid, where he studied in the Corazza Studio for Actors and Hispanic Philology at UNED. He worked as an actor, theater teacher and many other jobs. He also wrote poetry and stories. In 2012 started to make videopoetry. He is interested in exploring and mixing the limits of poetic and cinematographic languages. He loves working with the actors in his videos, using them as a vehicle to talk about strong and deep emotions. His works and collaborations with poets and other video artists have been screened in videopoetry and videoart shows and festivals in Europe and America. Website: eduardoyague.com

Matt Mullins writes and makes videopoems, music, and digital/interactive literature. His work has screened at various festivals in the United States and throughout the world including Visible Verse, Zebra, Videobardo, Liberated Words, Rabbit Heart, and Co-Kisser. He has published poetry and fiction in numerous print and online journals, and is the author of the short story collection Three Ways of the Saw (Atticus Books). You can engage his interactive/digital literary interfaces at lit-digital.com.

First Grade Activist

by on Nov 27, 2017

(Watch Marie Craven’s video & view full credits for “First Grade Activist” on Vimeo)

 


Marie Craven (Queensland, Australia) assembles short videos from poetry, music, voice, stills and moving images by various artists around the world. Created via the internet, the pieces are collaborative in a way that belongs to the 21st century, with open licensing and social networking key to the process. In 2016 her video “Dictionary Illustrations” was awarded best film at the Ó Bhéal Poetry-Film Competition in Ireland. To see more: vimeo.com/mariecraven

My Body Is Mine

by on Nov 17, 2017

(Watch Jade Anouka’s video of “My Body Is Mine” on YouTube)

 


Jade Anouka is an actor and poet. She has performed her words around London and New York including featured spots with Apples & Snakes, Farrago and the Southbank Centre. Her first collection Eggs On Toast is published though Poetry Space and available to buy at www.AnoukaPoetry.com

Death Meditation

by on Sep 22, 2017

(Watch Marie Craven’s video “Death Meditation” on Vimeo)

Editor’s note: From a poem by Ann Thompson. Full credits at Vimeo.

 


Marie Craven (Queensland, Australia) assembles short videos from poetry, music, voice, stills and moving images by various artists around the world. Created via the internet, the pieces are collaborative in a way that belongs to the 21st century, with open licensing and social networking key to the process. In 2016 her video ‘Dictionary Illustrations’ was awarded best film at the Ó Bhéal Poetry-Film Competition in Ireland. To see more: vimeo.com/mariecraven

In the Temple

by on Aug 30, 2017

(Watch Marie Craven’s video “In the Temple” on Vimeo)

Editor’s note: From a poem by Candida Baker. Full credits at Vimeo.

 


Marie Craven (Queensland, Australia) assembles short videos from poetry, music, voice, stills and moving images by various artists around the world. Created via the internet, the pieces are collaborative in a way that belongs to the 21st century, with open licensing and social networking key to the process. In 2016 her video ‘Dictionary Illustrations’ was awarded best film at the Ó Bhéal Poetry-Film Competition in Ireland. To see more: vimeo.com/mariecraven

Anatomy

by on May 25, 2017

(Watch Marie Craven’s video “Anatomy” on Vimeo)

Editor’s note: Poem by Dave Bonta can be read at Via Negativa. Full credits at Vimeo.

 


Marie Craven (Queensland, Australia) assembles short videos from poetry, music, voice, stills and moving images by various artists around the world. Created via the internet, the pieces are collaborative in a way that belongs to the 21st century, with open licensing and social networking key to the process. In 2016 her video ‘Dictionary Illustrations’ was awarded best film at the Ó Bhéal Poetry-Film Competition in Ireland. To see more: vimeo.com/mariecraven

Enchant(ed)

by on May 10, 2017

(Watch Misha Penton’s video “Enchant(ed)” on Vimeo)

 

Artist’s statement: Enchant(ed): an experimental poetry / vocal film, created on a stunning Colorado backroad in the deep winter. The work is a meditation on discovering the unexpected and uncanny, and explores one word, “enchant/ed.”

 


Misha Penton is a new music vocal artist, performance creator, and writer. She composes experimental vocal pieces, sings new music and new opera, and invents and performs new solo and collaborative works. Her projects blossom in many forms: live performance, audio projects, video works, and site specific / installation performances. mishapenton.com

Song for Awe & Dread

by on May 4, 2017

(Watch Tommy Becker‘s video “Song for Awe & Dread” on Vimeo)

 


Tommy Becker is a poet trapped in a camcorder. He’s screened work at Zebra Poetry Film Festival and Visible Verse Film Festival among other national and international film festivals. He writes the poetry, records the video, writes the music and does all the editing to create short music video poems. It’s a DIY process at tommybecker.com.

Landmine in a Field of Flowers

by on Apr 27, 2017

(Watch Matt Mullins’ video “Landmine in a Field of Flowers” on Vimeo)

 


Matt Mullins writes and makes videopoems, music, and digital/interactive literature. His work has screened at various festivals in the United States and throughout the world including Visible Verse, Zebra, Videobardo, Liberated Words, Rabbit Heart, and Co-Kisser. He has published poetry and fiction in numerous print and online journals, and is the author of the short story collection Three Ways of the Saw (Atticus Books). You can engage his interactive/digital literary interfaces at lit-digital.com.