Ian Gibbins videopoem

Ian Gibbins CAT CLAWS a videopoem

catclaws from Ian Gibbins on Vimeo. Ian Gibbins is an Adelaide poet who works across diverse forms, including electronic music, digital media, and video. After completing a PhD in Zoology at Melbourne University, he spent two years in Pharmacology Departments in the USA, before coming back to live in a hilly suburb of Adelaide, South Australia. more »

Marie Craven – Orphanage: a videopoem w/ Matt Hetherington

Marie Craven & Matt Hetherington Orphanage ✭ a video-poetry collaboration ✭ Orphanage by Marie Craven on Vimeo. Orphanage is one of three video-poetry collaborations (to date) between film-maker Marie Craven (Gold Coast), and poet and spoken-word artist, Matt Hetherington (Northern NSW). The footage in this video is from a 1954 marriage guidance film, in the public domain at more »

Bareknuckle Poet Ponders & Reviews

Review Call ✪ Poetry & Spoken Word

Submissions of LIVE Reviews are Welcome Bareknuckle Poet reviews in real time now, we are calling for submissions –  — The book review process is tedious. The author crawls through hell on their face to get published. The publisher (sometimes author, money’s that tight) gets robbed by Australia Post. The journal receives books from authors/publicists/publishers/everyone more »

Ian MyBryde

Spree: a poem by Ian McBryde

Spree by Ian McBryde Ian McBryde Spree: a videopoem. Canadian-born Ian McBryde is a long term resident of Australia. Throughout his career, Ian has practiced in a number of mediums including photography, music, illustration and, predominately, poetry. McBryde’s We the Mapless: New and Selected Poems (2017) is available now ⇲ http://www.bareknucklebooks.com/authors/ian-mcbryde/ Poet: Ian McBryde | Nationality: Australia, Canada | Filmmaker: Martin Kelly   more »

Robert Paquin – A VideoPoem

  Ce court métrage explore en poésie le sens profond dun paysage forestier du peintre canadien contemporain James T. Palmer. This short film explores through poetry the profound meaning of a forest landscape painted by contemporary Canadian artist James T. Palmer — Screened at the International Festival of Cinema and Technology, in Seattle, Washington, in more »