Lit & Luz returns this October! Featured participants include Daniel Saldaña París
Gabriela Jauregui, Guadalupe Nettel, Jorge Méndez Blake, and Writer in Residence, Luis Felipe Fabre
The Literary Art of Adi Da Samraj
"As a crafts person, I have found there is a perfect, imagined world in the moment between thought and action." - Jovencio de la Paz
This musical-photo-archive follows, block by block, step by step, six separate "drifts" in two different cities over a one month period, from November 19 to December 15, 2015.
MAKE Magazine asked authors Jennifer Scappettone and Nathanaël to share a correspondence on the concept of the archive and its relation to their work across various genres....
MAKE #16, ARCHIVE, is...here.
"Growing up I used to spend a lot of time alone in nature observing the things around me, constantly scanning my environment and taking mental notes…" - Claudia Peña Salinas
"Fred & Tania" is an audio collaboration with the writer Fred Sasaki
The Tribu No was an informal group of poets and artists who created art actions in Santiago de Chile, from l967 to l972. Cecilia Vicuña named it and authored the “No Manifesto”.
The reasons people spend time in coffeeshops are complicated. Nowadays they function as workplaces for many of us but in the late '90s that wasn't the case.
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