I See You – an ekphrastic corpse

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LCAC Member Becky Busi will be participating in I See You.

I See You*I SEE YOU is a mashup between an exquisite corpse
and ekphrastic art.
Exquisite Corpse is a practice invented by the dadaists.
A writer or artist continues a work by a previous writer/
artist, without seeing the entirety of the original piece.
Ekphrastic Art is a work of art inspired by another work
of art in a different medium.
Gathering Crows invited six poets to write an exquisite
corpse, based on the theme, “I See You.” Each poet
was given the last sentence from the previous writer.
As the poet finished their segment, it was sent to one
of 6 invited artists to interpret.


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