Saturday, October 01, 2016

We Who Are About To Die : Diana Magallón

Diana Magallón is an experimental artist:
Author of Bravísima Reseña (in collaboration with John M. Bennett), Phellipa in Wolf (in collaboration with Jukka-Pekka Kervinen, De l’oiseau et de l’ogre, largoscabellosflotantes (in collaboration with Jeff Crouch), Fábulas furtivas and Fábulas furtivas II
Where are you now?

-          Halfway.
What are you reading?

-          I’m enjoying Max Ernst - Iliazd book Maximiliana ou l’exercice illégal de l’astronomie: hommage à Dorothea, Tanning, an illustrated book of visual poetry.  And reading  “Introduction à la lecture de Kafka : Suivie de L'Epée, Dans notre synagogue, L'invité des morts, Lampes neuves (textes et commentaires)”
What have you discovered lately?

-          The amazing outsider and visionary artist Madge Gills who always made her works against all odds. Her art so unique and timeless, especially those pieces made on fabrics, all this has been an awesome discovery for me.

Where do you write?

-          For take notes and sketches paper or a tablet are enough then I finish the works in my studio.
What are you working on?

-          On a series of asemic geometry about the live under the water, life in salad and sweet water.

Have you anything forthcoming?

-           I have plans for a plein air collection that will be made in electronic media then will be materialized in tabloid format.

What would you rather be doing?

-          I should be inspiring the poet.

2 poems:

Sugar grains
fas°¯°·.t·° .·°°°dis°¯°·.·° .·°°°olve
qui•• ••te°¯°·.·° .·°°°cubes
•..ו does•• trick÷•
`•.,¸¸,.•´¯ sugar  is smaller than salt ¸¸.•´¯`•¸¸.•.
••.•´¯`•.•• ••.•´¯`•.•••.¯•`••´•.• ••´.•¯•`.•••
×..• d•soe• tric÷k•¯.°··° .°·°u°bces`
,.¸••,¸´.¯ sgaur  is smlaler than slat ¸•´¸¸•¯.¸•.`.

Altius , Citius , Fortius
The gods are eating grapes
Altius , Citius, Fortress
Altius , citrus , Fortius
After the hope sits an "it is possible"

Citius Altius to from stands a glimpse of Fortius
Who can  not endure Such Difficulties .
A second man , Citius, who have equipped himself With
one but only one obstacle , Unlucky Circumstances .
They all are heroes.
Thoughtlessly , Altius , the gatekeeper ,
he can not suffer
and Becomes childish , I still mumbles: I can’t hear a word!.
Altius , Citius, Forty
In a moment of madness , Citius,
Which breaks inextinguishably
Entire out of his senses , diminishing

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