For a public art project called Confluence I am developing texts and testing reading processes, with the goal of installing mile-long writings along streets where waterways have been hidden underground.
In 2017, I lived in two antipodal places in Southern Spain and Northern New Zealand, only one hour away from the exact antipodal coordinates for each: Rota, in Cádiz, Spain; and Muriwai Beach, New Zealand.
I love the sound of bells ringing out in the air. Highly structured ringing sequences were created by ordinary folk in England in the seventeenth century. Their quest was to perform all the permutations—all the different arrangements possible—of seven bells.
All footnotes refer to Jamaican theorist Sylvia Wynter’s “Ethno or Sociopoetics,” published in Alcheringa / Ethnopoetics 2, 1976, and “No Humans Involved: An Open Letter to My Colleagues,” published in Voices of the African Diaspora 8.2, 1992,