Saturday, October 30, 2010
Junkyard Knife Scrapbook Life: Encounters at the Edge 6-28 November 2010 AJS Gallery, 57 rue Charles Meert, Brussels
Hope to see you in Brussels next month! http://JunkyardKnife.com
Exhibit opens at 7 pm, Saturday, 6 November continuing through the 28th.
Last place to stand before
Where broken mirrors
piece together jagged
shards of memory
and imagination: life's junkyard.
Each shard a knife. Wielding our
knives we meet
at the scrapbook
Junkyard Knife Scrapbook Life: Encounters at the Edge
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Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Obama in Africa: "A Book, Blog, Flickr.com Group, and a Movement bringing America and Africa closer together"
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Thursday, October 07, 2010
Please join me at JUNKYARD KNIFE, SCRAPBOOK LIFE: ENCOUNTERS AT THE EDGE, 6-28 Nov 2010, AJS Gallery, Brussels
November 6-28, 2010AJS Gallery, Brussels, Belgium
JUNKYARD KNIFE, SCRAPBOOK LIFE:
Encounters at the Edge
Last place to stand before falling.
Where broken mirrors piece together
jagged shards of memory and imagination:
Each shard a knife.
Wielding our knives we meet,
at the scrapbook edge.
Jiri Szeppan (is a German born artist and editor. He has been living in Brussels ( Belgium) since 1996 where he runs his AJS Gallery . His teachers in Germany were Fritz Bauer and Emmett Williams, among others. He has worked as a contributor for “Der Stern” and “ The Bulletin” before he launched is own “cross-over”printing studio in Brussels.
Doug Millison (http://millison.org) – a writer, artist, editor, and publishing entrepreneur – keeps his scrapbook at the edge of the North American continent, near San Francisco. He is the co-author and editor of the forthcoming prose+comics scrapbook novel, The Concrete Jungle Book by Morris Armstrong Jr. proudly a.k.a. "Little Mo" with help from the Nonhuman Crew. In the late 20th century, he founded and edited Morph's Outpost on the Digital Frontier, a magazine for interactive multimedia designers and developers, and Blaster, the first lifestyle magazine for screenagers.
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