PEACEFUL 2018 !!!
Printed version of Otoliths #46, part one contains 275 b&w pages of text & visual poetry, essay, & short stories from Charles Wilkinson, Seth Jani, Cameron Lowe, Obododimma Oha, Dennis Vannatta, Penelope Weiss, Graeme Miles, Tony Beyer, Steve Dalachinsky, Sanjeev Sethi, John Crouse & Jim Leftwich, Tyler Pruett, Pete Spence, Steven Earnshaw, Michael Prihoda, Anne Gorrick, Anwer Ghani, Lakey Comess, Jill Chan, Michael Flatt, Lana Bella, Jake Berry, Jonel Abellanosa, Darren C. Demaree, Martin Christmas, Kyle Hemmings, Lachy McKenzie, Demosthenes Agrafiotis, Ian Ganassi, John M. Bennett, Clara B. Jones, Howie Good, Leigh Herrick, Matthew Woodman, Javant Biarujia, Raymond Farr, Philip Byron Oakes, Seth Howard, Claudia Serea, Stanford Cheung, AG Davis, Felino A. Soriano, Veronica Mattaboni, David A Welch, David Lohrey, Jim Meirose, Willie Smith, M. J. Iuppa, Susan Gangel, Kevin Tosca, Tom Montag, Jack Little, Chris Brown, Corey Messler, Jeff Harrison, Keith Kumasen Abbott, Eric Hoffman, John Vieira, Bob Heman, A. A. Reinecke, Caoimhe McKeogh, Mark Cunningham, Andrew Darling, Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, Lee Nash, Jesse Glass, Eileen R. Tabios, Johannes S. H. Bjerg, Indigo Perry, Timothy Pilgrim, John Pursch, John Levy, J. D. Nelson, Gale Acuff, Adam Levon Brown, Shloka Shankar, Owen Bullock, Ryan Clark, David Baptiste Chirot, & Olchar E. Lindsann.
Otoliths, a magazine of many e-things
This year’s project of Camerata Mobile supports the creative exchange between young musicians coming from different countries and explores their various artistic perspectives and approaches. The audience gets the chance to experience images, sounds and movements in innovative ways they have not seen or heard before. The systematic and coherent translation of artistic projects and various domains of the arts can be called ‘Equivalents’, and a diverse range of films, performances, new media works and concerts are taking place during ‘EQUIVALENCES’.
Music, Performance, Visual Arts, New Media
Visual poem, “naive” (# 2, 3, 5, 9, 11, 16) by Demosthenes Agrafiotis, with graphics support by Diana Ashy has been published in Otoliths, a magazine of many e-things.