Apology Accepted

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Abstract

This poem is from a broader project titled Limiting Entropy (a collaboration with the visual artist Dr Tony Curran). Ekphrasis and ekphrastic practice have a long and studied history both internationally (see Heffernan, Hollander, Kreiger) as well as in Australian literature (see Dominic Symes, 'Ekphrasis as Event', 2017 or Tegan Bennett's 'The kaleidoscope of visual poetry,' 2011). Through a series of visual-poetic calls and responses, Limiting Entropy is a contemporary Australian instantiation of what Paul Frosh has described as 'a dynamic intersection of images and words that is both generative and propulsive.'
Original languageEnglish
Typepoem
Media of outputprint
PublisherMarathon Literary Review
Place of PublicationUSA
Edition11
Publication statusPublished - 2017

Publication series

NameLimiting Entropy

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Apology
Ekphrasis
Entropy
Kaleidoscope
Poetics
Visual Poetry
Generative
History
Visual Artists
Australian Literature
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Poem

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Brown, L. (2017). Apology Accepted. (11 ed.) USA: Marathon Literary Review.
Brown, Lachlan. / Apology Accepted. 2017. USA : Marathon Literary Review. (Limiting Entropy).
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