The Code Edition

There is a physicality to the way we record things – a place for memory – that appears in code; we call this language. It is learnt through sight, touch, sound, and is arguably site specific. “The narratives respond directly to the land, as the land responds directly to the… stories”, writes David Abram in … Continue reading

New poetry; Chengdu painters; Gegen die Wand

With a slew of submissions over the past couple of weeks, and a projected micropoetry night in Edinburgh next month, NLP has been happily busy. This post brings together film, art and poetry from far-flung corners of the planet to fit our focus on the global here in Scotland. Our film critic Katy Karpfinger takes … Continue reading