MOVING MOUTHS

Video still from Microbial Language With a Profuse Syntax by Michalis Zacharias
Video still from Microbial Language With a Profuse Syntax by Michalis Zacharias
Video still from It Will Be a While Yet by Sofia Simaki.
Video still from It Will Be a While Yet by Sofia Simaki.
Video still from Angels Do Not Play Flipper by Efi Spyrou
Video still from Angels Do Not Play Flipper by Efi Spyrou
video still from On Imp. Occa. by Aris Michalopoulos
video still from On Imp. Occa. by Aris Michalopoulos

The journal “a glimpse of” invited the artists Aris Michalopoulos, Natasha Papadopoulou, Sofia Simaki, Efi Spyrou, Yiannis Theodoropoulos, Stavro Christo Vlachakis, and Michalis Zacharias to contibute new video works inspired by texts from the paper aglimpseof 02 titled “from mouth to mouth.” The Moving Mouths are associatively connected to poems and prose texts by Harold Abramowitz, Sarah Crewe, Yoko Danno, D.I., Jeremy Hight, Eileen Myles, Nathanaël. The interaction between writing and art continues. This video narrative was first presented at the House of Cyprus on March 14, 2015 in Athens. The videos are not interpretations of the texts, but appropriations of thoughts. One thought leads to another, and you can see the result here.



Video still from Nil by Mouth by Stavro Christo Vlachakis.
Video still from Nil by Mouth by Stavro Christo Vlachakis.
Video still from Itadakimatsu by Natasha Papadopoulou.
Video still from Itadakimatsu by Natasha Papadopoulou.
Video still from Joan's Disavowal by Sofia Simaki.
Video still from Joan’s Disavowal by Sofia Simaki.
Video still from Joan by Yiannis Theodoropoulos
Video still from Joan by Yiannis Theodoropoulos

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