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Brattleboro Literary Festival

"Reality will never be discovered once and for all.  Truth will always be new.  Otherwise, it would be nothing but a natural system, more pitiful than nature",  Guillaume Apollinaire.

 Still from "Tim Mayo Rewound", motionpainting triptych, 2010 Still from "In the Piazza d'Espana"", motionpainting triptych, 2011

In the fall of 2010 and again in 2011, CDA collaborated with Write Action and the Brattleboro Literary Festival to present an exhibition of videoart that explores the intersection of video and poetry or prose.

The 2010 exhibit featured individual works by Michael Hanish, Michel Moyse, and Humberto Ramirez. 
Collaborating videographers and writers follow, with the videographers in collaboration named first:
Michael Hanish "Making Books in the Digital Age" with Susan Bonthron and Susan Hessey, and "Global Plantation" excerpt with Randy Neal, Sarah O'Brien and Nathaniel Reichman.
Michel Moyse "Adramelech's Monologue" excerpt based on a play by Valere Novarina, from a theatrical piece directed by Joshua Moyse featuring actor Hilario Saveedra, and "Tim Mayo Rewound", based on a poem by Tim Mayo.
Humberto Ramirez "Largo".

The 2011 exhibit  featured individual works inspired by the writing of local Brattleboro authors.
Collaborating videographers and writers follow, with the videographers in each collaboration named first:
Michel Moyse with A. A. Burrows; Michael Hanish with Jim Kates and Bill Pearson; Humberto Ramirez with Arlene Distler; Robert O’Connor and Ashley Watson with Tamsin Whitehead and sound artist Matt Page; Jen Morris with Emily Anderson; Norton Garber with Tom Ragle, whose pen name is Lee Bramble; and Kathy Couch with Haiku Analog, a group composed of Kathy Couch (visual artist, writer, and performer), Katherine Ferrier (poet, choreographer, and performer), and Vicki Brown (musician and sound artist).