Friday, July 22 at 7:30 PM, Caledonia Liverpool
22 Caledonia Street, L7 7DX Liverpool
Join us for our nth Storm and Golden Sky reading pairing at the Caledonia Liverpool. Bringing together two very different contemporary stylists writing at the art-language-body seam.
Lauren de Sa Naylor lives and works out of Todmorden and Anglesey, where she variously mothers, lovers, housekeeps and writes. Her poetic practice is oriented around the dream, inter/intra-personal desire and resistance. Her critical writing deals with maternal and neoliberal subjectivity, place/precarity and forensic examinations of maternality and carnality. WOrk can be found in forthcoming editions of E.R.O.S. and Gorse journals. firstname.lastname@example.org
Nathan Walker is a performance artist and poet based in York. His work considers language as an action through phonic, sonic and visual forms of writing. His research explores the relationships between sound poetry and performance art. He has performed internationally at galleries, festivals and text events, most recently: Experimentica, Chapter Arts, Cardiff; Drafting, Baltic 39, Newcastle Upon Tyne; The Other Room, Manchester; Performance Space, London; and Shady Dealings with Language, Bökship / Matts Gallery, London.