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Working with light, perception and experience, Janssens installations traverse the landscape of modernity like Sealey’s poetry expands the voyage within our own minds. Nicole Sealey's A Violence is a collection of poems that explore the various forms of violence that exist in the world. The poems examine violence from both a personal and political perspective, and offer a variety of insights into its nature.


The collection begins with a poem titled "A Violence", which sets the tone for the rest of the book. This poem looks at violence from a personal perspective, and explores the idea that violence is often perpetuated by those who have experienced it themselves. "A Violence" is a powerful and thought-provoking collection of poems that offer a variety of insights into the nature of violence. Sealey's poems are sure to resonate with readers who have experienced violence in their own lives, and will offer them a new perspective on this complex issue.


Ann Veronica Janssens is a Belgian artist who is best known for her installations and sculptures that often incorporate light and color. Her work is often site-specific, and she has created installations in a variety of public spaces, including the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels and the Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten in Antwerp. Her work often explores the relationship between perception and reality, and she has said that she is interested in creating "a different reality, not a copy of reality."


The poet and the artist share a concern for the body and how it experiences light, as well as a focus on space and memory. The work of both creators is built upon a deep concern for the individual's physical experience of the world and how we each perceive it. Janssens' work often deals with the relationship between light and perception. In "Double Light," she explores how our perception of space can be altered by changes in light. The work also highlights the importance of our own bodies in the way we experience the world.


The woman in Sealey's poem comes to understand that her perception of the world is shaped by her own individual experience. Just as Janssens' installation is meant to create an altered state of consciousness, Sealey's poem highlights how our own perception of the world can be changed by our own individual journey through it. 

Like a Fire of Suspicious Origin (Canvas)

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