SUNDAY POETRY SESSION “NOUVELLE WAGES”
Let us introduce Hanne Lippard, our new Sunday Poetry reader. Born in 1984 in Milton Keynes, England, she graduated from the Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam in 2010. Since then she has mainly devoted her time to writing. Her texts comprise personal observations that underscore how she looks at the world around her in what is often a mildly ironic yet hilarious manner. These texts are at the base of her time-based works, which include short films, sound piece and performance.
Hanne Lippard lives and works in Berlin. Like all constructions of the mind, Hanne’s work starts with the word. If the world appears to us in language, she is measuring its scale through words. The matter of words is what matters, though not as a matter of facts. The sound of them, read out in rhyme and with rhythm—the use of the voice, capturing space in the world by measuring time, wanting to give body to time when time doesn’t have it. Enjoy!
You can get your own copy Hanne’s book Nuances of No here