Slow Words, People and Stories from this World: the weeklies

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Giogiò Franchini, ph. F. Esposito

Giogiò Franchini, ph. F. Esposito

Valentino Ricci on #slowwords

Valentino Ricci on #slowwords

Galen DeKemper on #slowwords (ph. Diana Marrone)

Galen DeKemper on #slowwords (ph. Diana Marrone)

Angela Warnecke on #slowwords

Angela Warnecke on #slowwords

Simone Rubino (ph. Marco Borggreve)

Simone Rubino (ph. Marco Borggreve)

Camilo Godoy at ISCP (detail) ph. Diana Marrone

Camilo Godoy at ISCP (detail) ph. Diana Marrone

Qui Zhijie (detail) at Guggheneim ph. Diana Marrone

Qui Zhijie (detail) at Guggheneim ph. Diana Marrone

Petrit Halilaj: RU at New Museum, NY ph. Diana Marrone

Petrit Halilaj: RU at New Museum, NY ph. Diana Marrone

Peter Miller at Venice Art Biennale ph. Diana Marrone

Peter Miller at Venice Art Biennale ph. Diana Marrone

The Parthenon of Books at Documenta 14, Kassel ph. Diana Marrone (detail)

The Parthenon of Books at Documenta 14, Kassel ph. Diana Marrone (detail)

Dan Peterman, Kassel Ingot Project, 2017 ph Diana Marrone

Dan Peterman, Kassel Ingot Project, 2017 ph Diana Marrone

Song Dong, Through the Wall (detail) Art Basel Unlimited 2017, ph. Diana Marrone

Song Dong, Through the Wall (detail) Art Basel Unlimited 2017, ph. Diana Marrone

Die Matratzen, by Spitching Tobias ph. Diana Marrone (detail)

Die Matratzen, by Spitching Tobias ph. Diana Marrone (detail)

cover of EN version of Istanbul Instabul, novel (read the teaser...)

cover of EN version of Istanbul Instabul, novel (read the teaser...)

'I always observed the world with a deep sense of wonder, of curiosity, with the urge and the ambition to really release it into words, it helps also to document your obsession with words at a certain time.  In the moment I ended my doctoral thesis, I could finally delve with my obsession and I knew I could write entire books and then I started doing it.  I had a great fascination – the biggest – about Marcel Duchamp’s work. I saw his work when I was 16 and it was only around my 30 that I…

'I always observed the world with a deep sense of wonder, of curiosity, with the urge and the ambition to really release it into words, it helps also to document your obsession with words at a certain time. In the moment I ended my doctoral thesis, I could finally delve with my obsession and I knew I could write entire books and then I started doing it. I had a great fascination – the biggest – about Marcel Duchamp’s work. I saw his work when I was 16 and it was only around my 30 that I…

I read the novel in less than one night and could not stop.  He threw a total body of poetry throughout all the novel, in various stabbing forms – shaping here the beauty, here the sorrow, here the rage, there the lack of hope and its opposite and brushing everywhere the unusual interpretation of time for Turkish and, above all, the dreams potential.  This week on #slowwords interview with writer Burhan Sonmez. He also suggests to Mr Erdogan..  http://www.slow-words.com/burhan-sonmez-ankara/

I read the novel in less than one night and could not stop. He threw a total body of poetry throughout all the novel, in various stabbing forms – shaping here the beauty, here the sorrow, here the rage, there the lack of hope and its opposite and brushing everywhere the unusual interpretation of time for Turkish and, above all, the dreams potential. This week on #slowwords interview with writer Burhan Sonmez. He also suggests to Mr Erdogan.. http://www.slow-words.com/burhan-sonmez-ankara/

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