Poetry Jukebox is an on-street audio installation of poetry. This poem, Wild Camping, is by Oana Sanizãna Marian. It was part of our Once Barefoot curation of poems on climate change for concurrent installation at Belfast City Council Tropical Ravine and Centre Culturel Irlandais.
Poetry Jukebox is an on-street audio installation of poetry. This poem, In the Wrong Place is by Jessica Traynor. It was integral to the Once Barefoot curation of poems on climate change, which launched Poetry Jukebox at Centre Cultural Irlandais in Paris. Jessica also co-curated HUNGERING with us, for the EPIC Museum in Dublin.
Poetry Jukebox is an on-street audio installation of poetry. This poem, Empty, is by Ruairi de Barra. The poem was included in HUNGERING, poems of hunger and migration, which we curated with Jessica Traynor. It was hosted at EPIC Museum in Dublin. We hope to tour this collection of poems to Centre Culturel Irlandais, when all of this is over!
Poetry Jukebox is an on street audio installation of poetry. This poem, Bucharest 1989 is by Shannon Kuta Kelly. It was part of our HUNGERING curation at EPIC Museum Dublin. This collection of poems was selected with poet Jessica Traynor. It was scheduled to be at Centre Culturel Irlandais – we hope the might happen, ‘ When all of this is over…..’
You have to supply your own choice of music……. but, in other news, here is a slide show movie of many of the Frida Kahlo photos. She really doesn’t like Sweet William, but apart from that, she looks good with so many of the other flowers.
Let me know what music you suggest.
The marshes have filled themselves
with wetness and bird song
since they were left alone.
The Basran reed warbler breeds
deep in Mesopotamian banks,
the original garden of Eden.
Each dusk, birds with dark eyestripes
flash amber shadows low
over lakes and gleaming mud.
So many species are flourishing,
the African darter, the sacred ibis –
one day women in libraries, flocks of singing girls.
Poetry Jukebox is an on-street audio installation of poetry. This poem, Dublin Brothers & Sisters by Caroline Bracken was part of our HUNGERING curation at EPIC Museum in Dublin in association with Poetry Ireland, Centre Culturel Irlandais, Fáilte Ireland, Dublin Unesco City of Literature with co-curator Jessica Traynor.