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:

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

Considering Luminescence / Consideraciones Sobre la Luz

by on Aug 24, 2015


(Watch Eduardo Yagüe’s videos of “Considering Luminescence” and “Consideraciones Sobre la Luz” on Vimeo)

Editor’s note: the English text of the Laura M. Kaminski poem “Considering Luminescence” and her bio can be read at The Poetry Storehouse.


Eduardo Yagüe studied Dramatic Arts and Spanish Language and Literature. In Madrid, he worked as an actor in theater and film since 1995. Parallel, he has been writing poetry and stories since he was fifteen. In 2012, he changed direction in his artistic work research, which had been focused on acting and writing. He decided to investigate video poetry. He is interested in mixing genres, searching the limits of poetic and cinematographic language.