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By Erica Manolith.
I don’t understand,
The sick look by the back door,
porch screen, flapping in the wind.
You don’t seem to notice the human,
of the humans around you.
Perhaps this makes you vomit?
Where are your skills?
Where is your voice?
It’s a vapor,
it’s a screen in the wind,
it has nothing to say,
and from nothing,
there is born,
Erica Manolith is a writer living in Northwestern Pennsylvania. She is currently finishing her degree in France, and is home for the summer writing poetry for sport.
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At the request of theater director Mélanie Mary, and in collaboration with video artists Alexandra Loewe and Kai-Duc Luong, this video was created specifically for adding ambience to a literary rock music event that centered around the theme of sex.
The challenge was to create images that would depict sensuality in such a way as not to be overtly vulgar or ridiculous. We took this to be our guideline throughout the creation process of “Hand-Fool of Desire.”
I was offered to make a video and display it at a gallery exhibition with other artists.
“We were young and immortal,” the name of the exhibit, resonated with me during my work with it, prompting me to respond to this idea and how I felt about it.
It made me think about how being a 32 year-old woman doesn’t feel like being young and immortal like I did when I was 19.
In fact, I’ve been thinking about how short life is, of how close the possibility of death is to me as I reached my 30’s.. (READ MORE.)