Calling All Shadows-Tokyo, Japan

ORGANIZER: Adam Touhig
CONTACT: adam.touhig@gmail.com

DESCRIPTION: Calling All Shadows

BOOK LAUNCH 25th SEPTEMBER 2011  WHAT THE DICKENS EBISU TOKYO

AVAILABLE at www.printedmatterpress.com

(and no good bookstores of course, as they die, electrified by the internet)

MAKING SURE THE SUN NEVER SETS ON 100TPC!

</aSeagull fights the gamer generation

Dead Zone! No love when reception dies!

And the airwaves froze, love hanging like a battered cloud

Immortality, in the pages printed, 100TPC, immortal poetry for peace!

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Calling All Shadows-Tokyo, Japan — 3 Comments

  1. MAKING SURE THE SUN NEVER SETS ON 100TPC!

    100Thousand Poets for Change!

    THE INEVITABLE FOREWORD

    A murder of friendly collisions! Art versus artifice. A friendship developed, expanded like the thought process during creation. The intent? To create a virus, an art virus, we want to infect you as we were infected a thousand times with the output of others.

    Pictures to force your own words out, words to thrust you in the direction of cameras, paint brushes, crayons, pencils, you get the point.

    Art is not self creating, it’s the creation, the bravery in the face of potential ridicule that creates the virus that all art needs.

    People lost, wordless, writing in back bedrooms, keeping their cameras hidden in case the gangs laugh, the friendly gangs we bow to and thank for keeping us penned in to that happy little world of doing nothing different.

    Those who have a million images, a million words, take note, it can be done,should be done and now it’s the time for being done.

    Calling all you shadows, it’s brighter outside!

  2. Trying to get ahold of Adam, assuming the Adam here is the guy I was talking to at the Dickens Sat. night. Lost–can you believe it–the napkin w/ yr email address.

    Wayne

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