Archive for Simon Taylor
Nojagtig Pamplemousse was shown at the recent if p then q book launches. It is part of the book Absolute Elsewhere by Joy as Tiresome Vandalism published by The Knives Forks and Spoons Press. The video below is to be played on a loop. It’ll be archived at if p then q in the next few days.
LINK to Knives Forks and Spoons Press
LINK to video
if p then q readings & book launches
@ Odder Bar
14 Oxford Road (opposite The BBC), Manchester, UK
23rd June 2010
6.30 pm [1:30 pm Eastern Time in the US]
Joy as Tiresome Vandalism
Lucy Harvest Clarke
6.30: Joy as Tiresome Vandalism present Nøjagtig Pamplemousse
7.00: Geof Huth (live stream – watch at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/geof-huth)
7.45: Lucy Harvest Clarke (watch live at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/tom-jenks-lucy-harvest-clarke)
8.15: Tom Jenks: (watch live at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/tom-jenks-lucy-harvest-clarke)
If you can’t be there in person use the above URLs to watch on the internet. Please be aware that all times are approximate.
Absolute Elsewhere is a collaborative text and image project by James Davies and Simon Taylor – collectively known as Joy As Tiresome Vandalism. The latest instalment is online now. Click here to view the whole project.
In 2007, in the space of two weeks, Simon Taylor responded to Scott Thurston’s Matchbox N0. 9, Internal Rhyme, shooting around 12 films. These were then edited down to 150 negatives which became 150 unique gifts in Matchbox No. 9. Matchbox No.9 was just a sample of the collection Internal Rhyme which will be available in 2011 from Shearsman. Other parts of the poem have been published over the last couple of years in various magazines. The links below are to:
Absolute Elsewhere, the latest collaboration between writer James Davies and photographer Simon Taylor continues to unfold with this month’s instalment, a photograph by Simon. See the latest and catch up with the project so far here.
More from Absolute Elsewhere, James Davies’ and Simon Taylor’s collaborative text and image project. December’s instalment is a poem from James.