Friday, 27 November, 2015

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Spoken word and video/flash poetry with an unusual edge.

Description: explore: hektor is a navigable artsite of photography, spoken word and video poetry. While viewers surf the site, hektor attempts to re-member: embody a past in the present. Floating memories, re-presented as art pieces, congeal in different patterns; from the ruins of memory, viewers re-invent the past and its meaning, piecing together a story for themselves.

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