take it apart


Put it all back together.

No one I know has all the goodies. I certainly don’t. That’s why I’m so grateful for the chance to collaborate with Doubting Thomas. He has plenty goodies that I don’t have. A keen visual sense of black humour, a microscopic attention to detail and thoughtful technical skills, just to name a few.

If it were left to me and my devices, I’d have to just tell you that the Ted Hughes/Sylvia Plath mash/remix/playdown/meltover show that we’re doing as a part of the Art, Not Apart Festival in Canberra on Saturday 16 March was going to be beautiful.

It would be an unholy assertion, backed up by a couple of nice quotes from people who saw it who weren’t me.

Doubting Thomas, however, can let you know in ways that you can show your friends who live in Canberra so that they can come.

By Eleanor Jackson

Eleanor Jackson is a Filipino Australian poet, performer, arts producer, cyclist, writer, gal about town, feminist, freewheeler, and friend.

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