is a collection of ten pen and ink drawings by architect and artist Sigrid Miller Pollin, coupled with ten ekphrastic poems by poet and economist Jane D’Arista. The drawings pull the viewer into fanciful natural and constructed visual moments, and invites the reader into an osmotic ricochet from poem to drawing. The book title is embedded in Poem IV.
Here, sky rises like a canopy
above erratic boundaries where land and water meet-
boundaries so elemental
we borrow their irregular connections
to name the ragged edges of human life:
birth, death, youth, age
and what we call love and loss.
- ORO Editions
- 6th Jul 2020
- World excluding USA, Canada, Australasia & Asia (except Japan; China non-exclusive)
- 203 mm x 304 mm
- 24 Pages
- 21 b&w