“If you send me your address, will send you some words in black-powder-fused-to-cellulose-pulp form aka lucid collapse 1; an experiment in the physical consumption/excretion of (some) language”

Text available on request (to be mailed, provide address and postage cost only).

Isabel Mallet - +__+__+

Lauren Burrow on lucid collapse:


“i read these texts like nodes on a continuum of linguistic activism … there’s no one meaning, and i have to produce that meaning for myself. rhythm is important – more important than linearity or chronology – embedding the question where does time or text or chronology or self ever really begin and end, decaying in the rocks and the earth as much as in the wires in silicone valley. sculpture wearing the clothes of literature and literature cloaked as sculpture”