If you feel like a heart-warming documentary about artists with disabilities or mental illness then add this one to your list:
A short conversation about the value of the act/process of creating over the meaning/message of the piece:
A documentary film about musician and composer Rebekka Karijord and her creative processes:
Wei Ying-Wu is an ancient Chinese poet, whose poem ‘Night’ was translated into English for the Penguin Book of Chinese Verse by Robert Kotewall/Norman L. Smith:
The light, where does it go?
The darkness, whence does it come?
Only do I know that of my ageing year by year
One half herein is sped.
Explores the influence of early film, poetry, and dance on the Cubist revolution:
There are many English translations of the original French, but I hadn’t come across an audio version until now. Very well done!
BOWEL, RUPTURE OF. – A ruptured bowel may be caused by an injury, such as a kick, a fall when the bowels are full of injesta, or by a calculus or stone which has gradually formed, wearing the bowel thin, and so readily torn or slit. Such cases end fatally.
[The Stockowner’s Vetenary Aid, A. H. Archer, pg 20]
An enjoyable hour:
Today I came across Brian Cirmo’s paintings in the current issue of Lunch Ticket:
If you are looking for a place to submit your art/poetry, Lunch Ticket is definitely worth checking out.