Poet Teka Lark will be doing a reading at MARKET, Saturday November 7th at 6pm. Her book “Queen of Inglewood” will be out on Punkhostage Press in early 2016.
Teka Lark is a journalist, essayist, poet and independent publisher. She is the founder of the Blk Grrrl Book Fair. Her book “Queen of Inglewood” will be out on Punk Hostage Press in early 2016. She is also the founder and publisher of the radical community newspaper the Morningside Park Chronicle (MPC) and the BrickBat Revue Broadsheet. The MPC is a print newspaper that covers South Central LA and Inglewood and the BrickBat Revue is a broadsheet that covers poetry and art.
She is a segment producer on KPFK’s Feminist Magazine. Her writing has appeared in the LA Weekly, Ebony, Counterpunch, Time, LA Streetsblog and Zócalo Public Square. She was formerly the Tracks columnist at LA City Beat. She is a proud alumna of Mount St. Mary’s College, the best little women’s college in the west. She lives in the neighborhood of Morningside Park in Inglewood, California with her cat Fish.
Manual Text is a textual dispensary center conveniently located at MARKET off the 101 Freeway in Silver Lake Ca. Manual Text offers the post-modern consumer a comfortable and clean environment to peruse and purchase a variety of textual products. We call these textual products, DEBRITI.
Why do we need DEBRITI? DEBRITI represents a new relationship and understanding we have with text, that is; beyond the inherent “meaning,” text contain physical attributes of energetic force that can empower your daily life. Letters, words, characters and the myriad of arrangements and systems that utilize these graphic notations to communicate and emote have “meaning,” “expression” and “practicality” in the concrete (physical) form as well as the conceptual or idea based attributes; writing and speech.
How many times have you wanted to throw words back into someone’s face? (Please use our Air variety Debriti for this purpose only) Throw “Caution” to the wind or gently lay some positive thoughts on the precipice of a mountain? Now you can with 100% all natural, recycled and biodegradable Debriti. Our counter sales force will help prescribe or assist you in your decision making process regarding what you actually need to give you more Z-I-P and D-A-S-H in your step, fill that hollow part in your soul, behold that word that might just turn your luck around or create that visceral phrase that will help you even the score with an over zealous co-worker. With DEBRITI you can now literally drop some S-C-I-E-N-C-E.
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Debriti (/dā-brē-‘ti/; compound word, composed from the words debris + graffiti) are 3D materials or fragments that have been dropped, thrown or placed illicitly or permitted on the ground, floor or other supporting structure, often in a public space.
jonmarc edwards, 2014
WELCOME A NEW GENRE TO THE ART WORLD: DEBRITI
PRESS RELEASE October 27, 2015
Coagula Curatorial introduces new body of work by artist JonMarc Edwards at a new exhibition space called MARKET in Silver Lake, Saturday November 7th, 1-7 pm and Sunday, November 8th, noon – 4 pm.
The opening is an interactive installation highlighting JonMarc’s simple adage to “Make Art.” MARKET is the artwork so once you arrive you will be making art, how much you want to participate is up to you.
MARKET is located at 612 Silver Lake Blvd, 90026. Plenty of street parking is available but please pay attention to all street signs and traffic conditions.
DEBRITI opens Saturday November 7th 1-7 pm and Sunday, November 8th, noon-5 pm. The installation will be open through December by appointment
MAKE ART! JME -Silverlake, CA 2015
Erik Wesselo’s 56 Beaver St.
Story by Erik Wesselo & J.M.Edwards
Screenplay by J.M.Edwards
“56 Beaver St.” is a book of photos and a screenplay. It is a story and an accumulation of Erik Wesselo’s experience as a foreign exchange art student in NYC during the 9/11 crises and the aftermath that played out in his life in America during that time.
“56 Beaver St.” the screenplay is a story about a foreign exchange student who experiences 9/11 first hand as his home 56 Beaver St. is condemned in the aftermath of the catastrophic event. He overcomes homelessness and a nomadic existence and with a bit of luck secures a vehicle where he escapes the upheaval of NYC and drives the U.S. interstate to Los Angeles to seek a dream and find a way back to reality. However, dreams have a way of getting in the way of reality…
“56 Beaver St.” explores the issues of being an outsider in a familiar culture, the trauma of PTSD and living / existing during a time of great cultural upheaval presented in a poetic-realism sensibility.