Burying the Clocks review of Catherine Zickgraf’s latest poetry DVD.
(Picture. Back cover one of the previous Poetry DVD albums, of Catherine the Great).
Now that we have reached a new peak in information technology, data sharing, instant gratification in all manner of ways and means—do the old forms of communication, the old form of ideas still apply. Is art, or music, or poetry—for that matter…Are they still relevant today? Surely, a post-modernist audience, or critic would more than likely say, ‘it’s all old, it’s all irrelevant, the death of the author, the only person who matters is the be holder, is the audience’. Well, that may be true in some ways, it’s a dance, a tango. I think art, music, poetry, etc.; whatever art form you are involved in, is about making love.
We read poetry on the page, or listen to it at…
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