Axon: Creative Explorations, Vol 10, No 1, May 2020
Axon: Creative Explorations, Vol 9, No 2, December 2019
Axon: Creative Explorations, Capsule 4 (Special Issue), April 2019
Axon: Creative Explorations, Vol 9, No 1, May 2019
When discussing metaphors of inhabitation and dwelling and their relationship to language, Heidegger’s enigmatic claim in his ‘Letter on Humanism’ (1946), comes to mind:
Language is the house of being. In its home human beings dwell. Those who think and those who create with words are the guardians of this home. (239)
Axon: Creative Explorations, Vol 8, No 2, November 2018
Axon Capsule 3 (Special Issue), October 2018
Material poetics is not a new concept. The last century has seen the boundaries between creative genres dissolve, allowing attentiveness to materiality — once the exclusive concern of sculpture and craft — to pervade and tantalise less tangible practices. The development of a digital realm has not destroyed materiality, as originally feared, but served to foreground it; and the collaboration that can take place between digital and analogue, verbal and visual, is what drives this issue.
Axon Capsule 2 (Special Issue), February 2018
Axon: Creative Explorations, Vol 7, No 2, December 2017
Axon: Creative Explorations, Vol 7, No 1, April 2017
“[P]lay is the laboratory of the possible. To play fully and imaginatively is to step sideways into another reality, between the cracks of ordinary life. Although that ordinary world, so full of cumbersome routines and responsibilities, is still visible to us, its images, strangely, are robbed of their powers.” (Henricks 2006: 1).