Lividity

Lividity➺ [Reading] ➼ Lividity By Kim Rosenfield ➯ – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk Poetry In LIVIDITY poet Kim Rosenfield works within the outskirts of language draining it of connotation and excess Using words and phrases culled from linguistics textbooks and language learning manu Poetry In Lividity poet Kim Rosenfield works within the outskirts of language draining it of connotation and excess Using words and phrases culled from linguistics textbooks and language learning manuals Rosenfield invites the reader to experience everyday vernacular as dislocated affect What happens when language acts as organ donor When language the conveyor of our vulnerability is transposed into new and often failing terrain Are expressions of meaning vital enough to keep the organism functioning What happens when meaning loses its mooringsLividity compels the reader to navigate through language that sinks coagulates empties out and becomes a forensic tool to determine linguisticpoetic cues of movement within or towards a concept of meaning making Rosenfield's poetry unsettles and disorients but ultimately examines It is an analysis a scientific picking apart of communication and the limits of self expressionLividity is published as part of the TrenchArt Surplus Series with an introduction by Trisha Low and visual art by Klaus Killisch.

Lividity eBook ¿ Paperback
  • Paperback
  • 171 pages
  • Lividity
  • Kim Rosenfield
  • 10 June 2016
  • 9781934254370