Collaborative video/poems by Mary Kathryn Jablonski & Laura Frare have appeared at Poetry Film Live (UK), Quarterly West, and Tupelo Quarterly, and have been screened at the 9th & 10th Annual Peoples Pixel Project Film Festival and screened and shortlisted for the O’Bheal Prize in Cork, IRE. Their video/poems were recently exhibited at Saratoga Arts in the “Then & Now” exhibition and in the 2018 “Artists of the Mohawk Hudson Region” exhibition at SUNY Albany, where juror Jean Shin awarded them both a purchase award (to be included in the SUNY Albany permanent collection) and the Howard J. Cure Juror’s Award in memory of Marijo Dougherty. Jablonski & Frare also have also had a video/poem included in to 2019 “Artists of the Mohawk Hudson Region” exhibition at the Hyde Collection.
Look for “Five Easy Pieces” a BRAND NEW video/poem I made with filmmaker Laura Frare now up at Tupelo Quarterly’s Issue #21.
SOME ADDITIONAL SAMPLES:
I drifted up this morning with this in my ear, an exquisite corpse poem (composed by alternating lines) with Woodstock poet Phillip X Levine
Collaborator Laura Frare is an experimental filmmaker, and a self-taught multi-instrumentalist, playing a variety of electronic and digital instruments, making audio field recordings, loops, and samples. Employing the “exquisite corpse” method, much like a collagist, she loves participating in collaborative projects with other artists. More of Laura’s films may be seen here https://vimeo.com/laurafrare