Uriah Howard Allis
On sunrises and weddings, or: how loss can beget an explosive, colorful kind of beauty.
Enigmatic, intrepid - a lament of absurdity, delivered in rigid mathematical language.
Breath/death: a life told in that fine border between the most basic of functions.
Shi Yang Su
A youthful, achingly crafted encounter, buried in the "unstoppable" and drenched in the pouring rain.
A witty, rhetorical take on a child's answer to the age-old question of God and life after death.
Bold; stripped-down; understated. Examining the quiet discontent that daily life brings.
Resident, not architect: tales from a poverty-plagued street corner awash in bottom-up change.
An ode to the pointless paradox of existence, or: how the dead provide the reason to keep living.
Dynamic and provocative, a piece that tackles love at both ends - visceral and yet "cob-web thin."
A stream-of-consciousness collection of vignettes, all pointing towards a single conclusion about "the life of the world."
As intimate as it is enigmatic. On performance, conversation, and the "junked autos" that serve as the witnesses.
At once visceral and surreal. On the intersection between tunnels, bones, and poems.