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Marcos Canteli (Bimenes, Asturias, 1974)

Evigheten eldes
[Paul Celan]


derfra letes det ikke lenger, ren ild
i det som blir sagt, at denne tidsalderen
har passert, to landsbyer ! beslaglagt
av en ubekvem jord som hamrer
for pulsen, den siamesiske tvillingens
tiltrekningskraft, i et her og n, strengt,
aldri tlmodig, men ivrig ! slik det sregne
flykter i buer foran ynene dine,
over huden, brenner (som kullet i mtet:
hardt vann ! ved sammenkomstens
elveleie, et blikk og hjemlengselens
skrning ! ikke mist huggtennene, sies det,
i lyset fra en annen kant



















Poem from the book Catlogo de incesantes, published by Bartleby in 2008. Marcos
Canteli (Bimenes, Asturias, 1974) has also published Reunin (1999), enjambre (2003), su
sombro (2005), XXI Ciudad de Burgos Prize, and es brizna (2001). Hes the director of
electronic magazine of writing and poetics 7 de 7 (http://www.7de7.net).
This poem talks about a continued state of "now", a eternity which is a paradox and a
failing, because its getting old.


Lisa Tan (Notes from underground)-Marcos Canteli
digging mud





digging


The magnificent irish poet and Nobel Prize Seamus Heaney, sadly passed away very
recently, formulated in his famous poem "Digging" an special poetic: writing like
exhumation, art like exhumation, we can also say. Since Hamlet exhumed Yoricks skull,
art have always been capable to cut society to the core and this is specially important and
necessary in our stationary state days, in which an in appearance quiet surface is hiding
dangerous tensions between countries, social collectives and also in the deep inside of
every human being. This part of poetry inserts of LIAF put in dialogue some of the art
works and some poems, linked with the word "digging" followed for a key word, and
propose to visitors to found their own "diggings" to penetrate, though art works of LIAF, in
themselves, their society, their world.

esther ramn

Ann Bttcher-Jos Miguel Ulln
digging passage

Knut sdam-Pilar Fraile Amador
digging fire

Adri Juli-Mara Salgado
digging surface

Lisa Tan (Notes from underground)-Marcos Canteli
digging mud

Lisa Tan (Sunsets)-Yaiza Martnez
digging light

Olivier Zabat-Julia Piera
digging break



Julia Piera (Madrid, 1970)

Vi snur oss ikke lenger i mrket, det handler ikke lenger om
tidenes natt, men om en total atmosfre, fullstendig opplyst,
en luft tett av fuktige bilder og gnistrende gasser.

Testo Yonqui, Beatriz Preciado




Totusenogseks. De vender tilbake til huset ditt foran togene. Metallet gir fra seg
sm gnister. Jordbrsyltety og naboens mandariner, sild til frokost. Heller
ikke i dag str det noe om Tallin eller Liubljana i overskriftene. De morer seg
over tomrommet i mediene, og det man kan lese om gir lfter om bedre
livskvalitet. Masonas port pner T-banen til Midi. Grafitti av Ftimas hender
tegner inn et velkommen i bltt regn.

Regnet treffer kraniet som hevede, hvite hender og skyene er masker i et blindt
blikk: Brutt opp av ubrukelige bremser (spurver), pneumatisk skriking (krker),
et fly (en skutt nattergal), et levittisk ye (en lerke), en snakkende giljotin
(blodmaur), plutselige lunger (en skjre), stein og bittesm knuste skr, DET
HVITE SERVISET MOT ASFALTEN















Poem from the book Puerto Rico Digital (Bartleby, 2009), Villa de Madrid Prize in 2010.
Julia Piera (Madrid, 1970) has also published Al vrtice de la arena (2003), Igual que esos
pjaros disecados (2004) and Conversaciones con Mary Shelley (2006). She has been
Cervantes Institute of Dublin director.
There is a tension in this poem between the light and its reflects in the belgium atomium
(symbol of the power of united nations and occidental world) and the other part of the
world, represented here with the tangerine jam, that finally crash, breaking the white plates
of occidental wellness.

Olivier Zabat-Julia Piera
digging break





digging


The magnificent irish poet and Nobel Prize Seamus Heaney, sadly passed away very
recently, formulated in his famous poem "Digging" an special poetic: writing like
exhumation, art like exhumation, we can also say. Since Hamlet exhumed Yoricks skull,
art have always been capable to cut society to the core and this is specially important and
necessary in our stationary state days, in which an in appearance quiet surface is hiding
dangerous tensions between countries, social collectives and also in the deep inside of
every human being. This part of poetry inserts of LIAF put in dialogue some of the art
works and some spanish poems, linked with the word "digging" followed for a key word,
and propose to visitors to found their own "diggings" to penetrate, though art works of
LIAF, in themselves, their society, their world.

esther ramn

Ann Bttcher-Jos Miguel Ulln
digging passage

Knut sdam -Pilar Fraile Amador
digging fire

Adri Juli-Mara Salgado
digging surface

Lisa Tan (Notes from underground)-Marcos Canteli
digging mud

Lisa Tan (Sunsets)-Yaiza Martnez
digging light

Olivier Zabat-Julia Piera
digging break



Mara Salgado (Madrid, 1984)







invitasjon til formidling / forandring
invitasjon til formidling / forandring
invitasjon til formidling / forandring
invitasjon til formidling / forandring
invitasjon til formidling / forandring
invitasjon til formidling / forandring
invitasjon til formidling / forandring
invitasjon til formidling / forandring

.-..--- --.-..-. --.-..-.. . .-.--- -.--. .
- .-.-. .-




















Poem from the book ready (Arrebato, 2012). Mara Salgado (Madrid, 1982) has also
published ferias (2007, III Flix Grande Prize) and 31 poems (2010). Salgado coordinates
the Researching in Languages Euraca Seminar in Contemporary Art Center Matadero
Madrid.
This visual poem contains a very deep paradox around the impossibility of communication
and of real change and it suggests an implicit question: "there is someone listening or even
talking over there?"

Adri Juli-Mara Salgado
digging surface




digging


The magnificent irish poet and Nobel Prize Seamus Heaney, sadly passed away very
recently, formulated in his famous poem "Digging" an special poetic: writing like
exhumation, art like exhumation, we can also say. Since Hamlet exhumed Yoricks skull,
art have always been capable to cut society to the core and this is specially important and
necessary in our stationary state days, in which an in appearance quiet surface is hiding
dangerous tensions between countries, social collectives and also in the deep inside of
every human being. This part of poetry inserts of LIAF put in dialogue some of the art
works and some spanish poems, linked with the word "digging" followed for a key word,
and propose to visitors to found their own "diggings" to penetrate, though art works of
LIAF, in themselves, their society, their world.

esther ramn

Ann Bttcher-Jos Miguel Ulln
digging passage

Knut sdam-Pilar Fraile Amador
digging fire

Adri Juli-Mara Salgado
digging surface

Lisa Tan (Notes from underground)-Marcos Canteli
digging mud

Lisa Tan (Sunsets)-Yaiza Martnez
digging light

Olivier Zabat-Julia Piera
digging break








Yaiza Martnez (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 1973)

I gr kom lyset,

flytende i treets pentagram

med fem hemmelige sprk, for det grdige

arbeidet


verdens tekst

ber (61)


stien er jevn


(61)Lytt til musikken og br sirkulerende akvedukter i armene, skinnende,

som barneyne. Legg merke til den hylydte orografien:

alt er glatt, vanskelighetene stritter imot som jordslag.

Ftter av leire, ankler med vinger, skogkledt natur:

en pidestall settes ned i jorda,

ikke fjern lyset. (62)


(62) Nedenfor, repeterende varianter av mulighet og befaling. Realitetenes

teppe (63) som bde utvider og feller dommer: en tannrekke for

nringstilfrsel, lenestoler til unnsetning, pskrevne

murvegger sltt ned i bakken, med identiske

triangulre vers.


(63)Innvendig sler vi ut det som ikke er transparent,

for til slutt elske det vi eier.

Lisa Tan (Sunsets)-Yaiza Martnez
digging light

digging


The magnificent irish poet and Nobel Prize Seamus Heaney, sadly passed away very
recently, formulated in his famous poem "Digging" an special poetic: writing like
exhumation, art like exhumation, we can also say. Since Hamlet exhumed Yoricks skull,
art have always been capable to cut society to the core and this is specially important and
necessary in our stationary state days, in which an in appearance quiet surface is hiding
dangerous tensions between countries, social collectives and also in the deep inside of
every human being. This part of poetry inserts of LIAF put in dialogue some of the art
works and some spanish poems, linked with the word "digging" followed for a key word,
and propose to visitors to found their own "diggings" to penetrate, though art works of
LIAF, in themselves, their society, their world.

esther ramn

Ann Bttcher-Jos Miguel Ulln
digging passage

Knut sdam-Pilar Fraile Amador
digging fire

Adri Juli-Mara Salgado
digging surface

Lisa Tan (Notes from underground)-Marcos Canteli
digging mud

Lisa Tan (Sunsets)-Yaiza Martnez
digging light

Olivier Zabat-Julia Piera
digging break








Pilar Fraile Amador (Salamanca, 1975)




nr hun vkner, brenner fortsatt veggen. fr hnden inn,

og ingenting skjer, resten av husets vegger brenner ogs.

p nrt hold er ilden usammenhengende. til og med hret
hennes

brenner. len kroppen inntil veggen, observer alt fra sjette
etasje

som str i flammer. andre vegger i andre bygninger
brenner ogs.

g inn i rommet. det er en verden som brenner og en
verden som

ikke brenner. som erstatter seg selv, det virker ikke som
om

noe blir delagt. englene stiger ikke ned

med sine vakre trompeter.













Poem from the unpublished book Falta. Pilar Fraile Amador (Salamanca, 1975) has
published El lmite de la ceniza (2006), La pecera subterrnea (2011) and Larva, seguido
de Cerca (2013), and also the plaquettes La diseccin de los insectos (2006) and Antdoto
(2009). She teaches philosophy and creative writings.
In this disturbing poem, Pilar Fraile Amador creates a weird reality: a world permanently
on fire, that paradoxically cant be destroyed.


Knut sdam-Pilar Fraile Amador
digging fire



digging


The magnificent irish poet and Nobel Prize Seamus Heaney, sadly passed away very
recently, formulated in his famous poem "Digging" an special poetic: writing like
exhumation, art like exhumation, we can also say. Since Hamlet exhumed Yoricks skull,
art have always been capable to cut society to the core and this is specially important and
necessary in our stationary state days, in which an in appearance quiet surface is hiding
dangerous tensions between countries, social collectives and also in the deep inside of
every human being. This part of poetry inserts of LIAF put in dialogue some of the art
works and some spanish poems, linked with the word "digging" followed for a key word,
and propose to visitors to found their own "diggings" to penetrate, though art works of
LIAF, in themselves, their society, their world.

esther ramn

Ann Bttcher-Jos Miguel Ulln
digging passage

Knut sdam-Pilar Fraile Amador
digging fire

Adri Juli-Mara Salgado
digging surface

Lisa Tan (Notes from underground)-Marcos Canteli
digging mud

Lisa Tan (Sunsets)-Yaiza Martnez
digging light

Olivier Zabat-Julia Piera
digging break


Jos Miguel-Ulln (Villarino de los Aires, Salamanca, 1941)

V from Passions

Hvor gr denne stien, ce passage qui pouse la forme du visage,
i den konstante nedstigningen fra hyden
av det hemmelige fjellet?

Beinet gjr vanskjtsel til iver:
fjerne trsten etter likhet det generelle, det forskjellige,
rres av hengivelse, omgjre
periferiene til spytt: den hjelpsomme hnden
som fr ilden til blusse opp vinduet
som gir sevje og bark til den erfarende
og tankefulle kroppen.

bli en del av massene, i spiralen, hvor det hverken
er hp om borttrylling eller bli avlst,
trekke seg tilbake, hvor det ikke finnes
andre utrstelige bilder, skadet
av snakke, finne

sine yne, drive mot et sted
hvor iveren nesten kveles av forsiktig pust,
p et hvilket som helst trappetrinn, ved en hvilken som helst nling,
i et minne,

og ved en hvilken som helst skamplett.
I ansiktets mrke befruktning, idet omgivelsene iakttas
fra et ukunstlet sentrum av en gjenkjennelig sone;
et rom som er blitt forflyttet, mindre instruert
av nektelsens brorskap, arrestert i et
ingenmannsland, ved foten
av en buktende horisont
som etterlyser

motets forkledning, dreiningens nakenhet.


Poem from Manchas nombradas II (1985-1992). Jos-Miguel Ulln (Villarino de los
ngeles, Salamanca 1944-Madrid 2009) is one of the most singular voices of Spanish
contemporary poetry. Hes the author of a huge and intense poetry work (compiled in the
book Ondulaciones, 2008), and also artistic. He use to collaborate with another artists,
specially with painters and musicians.
In this beautiful poem, Jos-Miguel Ulln invites us to follow the only possible path to go
out stationary state: singularity, creation.


Ann Bttcher-Jos Miguel Ulln
digging passage


digging


The magnificent irish poet and Nobel Prize Seamus Heaney, sadly passed away very
recently, formulated in his famous poem "Digging" an special poetic: writing like
exhumation, art like exhumation, we can also say. Since Hamlet exhumed Yoricks skull,
art have always been capable to cut society to the core and this is specially important and
necessary in our stationary state days, in which an in appearance quiet surface is hiding
dangerous tensions between countries, social collectives and also in the deep inside of
every human being. This part of poetry inserts of LIAF put in dialogue some of the art
works and some spanish poems, linked with the word "digging" followed for a key word,
and propose to visitors to found their own "diggings" to penetrate, though art works of
LIAF, in themselves, their society, their world.

esther ramn

Ann Bttcher-Jos Miguel Ulln
digging passage

Knut sdam-Pilar Fraile Amador
digging fire

Adri Juli-Mara Salgado
digging surface

Lisa Tan (Notes from underground)-Marcos Canteli
digging mud

Lisa Tan (Sunsets)-Yaiza Martnez
digging light

Olivier Zabat-Julia Piera
digging break