Ekleksographia is an exercise in asymmetrical publishing, and is a shoe (or even two!) thrown at the spotlit shrug and yawn.
This issue was curated by Alexander Dickow.
Alexander Dickow grew up in Moscow, Idaho. He currently lives in Châtillon, France, where he is pursuing doctoral research on the works of Blaise Cendrars, Guillaume Apollinaire and Max Jacob. He has translated the work of Max Jacob, Henri Droguet, Jean-Claude Pinson and others into English, and of poems by Amy King, Ana Bozicevic-Bowling and others into French. He is currently translating the work of the Swiss poet Gustave Roud into English, part of which has appeared in the online translation journal Calque. His poetry has appeared in French and in English in journals including Sitaudis, Il particolare, can we have our ball back?, Little Red Leaves and others, and he has work forthcoming in Daniel Zimmerman and Caryll Balzano’s Arsenal. He is the author of the bilingual collection Caramboles (Paris: Argol Editions, 2008). A complete bibliography is available on his sporadically evolving weblog, Voix Off.
Cover illustrations: "Petite fille" by Laure Sulger Libessart; Bottles by Anne Deberly-Rome
Laure Suger-Libessart is a ceramics artist whose studio, Un jour d’Atelier, is located in Montparnasse (Paris), where she teaches ceramics and pursues her work. Although devoted to exploring her medium inventively, her previous training as an architect and designer gives her a sense of the object’s purpose and coherence. You can find out more about her on her website, or at Un jour d’Atelier.
Photo by Thomas Deschamps, http://www.thomasdeschamps.com
working with the ceramics
artist Agnes Nivot and completing pottery wheel training
with the master potter
Augusto Tozzola, Anne
Deberly-Rome decided to begin teaching ceramics.
now been teaching for seven years: first in a Parisian studio, then in
jour d’Atelier, situated in Montparnasse (