Visions & Feed

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Abstract

Visions & Feed is a collection that spans over two years of work brought together under the mirror phase of an anthropocene lyric filtered through crises of femininity, disordered eating, dysmorphia, labour and loss.

Sledmere asks: what does it mean to be a body in one of many dying worlds, what forms of work are done to endure it, what desires and pleasures are still possible and which are breaking down? Adopting playful and associative registers of ascent, while exploring devotion, metabolism, magic, domesticity and the ambience of dream forms, this is an intimate poetics of song and hormone, isolation and longing, fashion and pop, colour and vision in the saturated live feed of post-internet lyric. Amidst the reverb of climate melancholia and oestrogen blues, the speakers of Visions & Feed morph between depth and surface, film and music, myth and play to weather the days. Between epistolary, elegiac, confessional, ekphrastic, prose-poetic, processual, discursive and long-form cascades, the book offers iterative, experimental and fractal modes for exploring ecological entanglement within daily life.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
Number of pages118
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2022

Keywords

  • ecopoetics
  • eating disorders
  • emotional labour
  • music
  • everyday
  • dreams
  • technology
  • post-internet
  • lyric poetry
  • new weird
  • the body
  • weather
  • animals
  • the self

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