Category : Essays

by  Angelique L. Jenkins VIDEO ART AS A TOOL FOR THE LIMINAL PROCESS There are many who resist a certain kind of philosophy. They find it hard to enjoy, abstract, and apparently of no practical value. It seems to them vague and obscure nonsense. There have been people in the various epochs of human history,…

Creative Response – by Angelique L. Jenkins To “The Stolen Generation”- by Therese Axford-Ivers Prologue I will sing you a lullaby, singing to you, and you will be free, ‘cause if you listen my sweet love, listen to low tunes, listen to my pitch, you will hear me… La la, la la. La la… Sometime…

Reflections

Luke, the “Come on Summer Party”, Collaroy Plateau, October 1983 I can see Michelle is with some wanker. She smiles and waves. It’s late. I should have got here earlier, much earlier. Fuck it. I glance around. The party’s over. Bodies blanket the floor and furniture. I smile back, she looks great. I take a…