What does poetry look like? Going beyond sounds in the air or words on the page, three poets and visual artists reimagine poetry in the visual realm. This four-day exhibit brings new perspectives on how letters and words combine in our perception to create a poetic impression.
Works by visual artists and poets include:
Derek Beaulieu’s epic “Prose of the Trans-Canada”
Kevin McPherson’s debut of a new piece of visual poetry
Corrina Keeling’s improvised visuals created during Verses events
[box type=”info” style=”rounded” border=”full” icon=”none”]This exhibit can be viewed by attending any festival event at Astorino’s, or the after parties at this venue that take place April 5–8. For accessibility info, click the venue name below.[/box]
NB: The artwork in the graphic design for this year’s festival comes from Derek Beaulieu!