Witty and immediate, a layered song of smoke that slithers and fire that follows.
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.
An achingly crafted ode to poems too painful to read, silently exchanged "beneath the snow moon."
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.