Friday, January 17, 2014

Sean Kelso's 'KCMO': A Review by Colin Sander

"There are few things in human nature that come from a place of absolute purity; dance, painting, poetry, love. Pre-humanoids have moved their bodies to the flicker of campfires for eons, expressing their fears, hopes, and freedom. Creative visionaries have transmitted their visual-impressions of the world around them for tens of thousands of years (cave-painting now dates back 60,000 years, as noted in Werner Herzog's must-see film 'The Cave of Forgotten Dreams'). Words and sounds are paired to please the ear and inspire the soul in the works of the earliest literary explorers."

Read the whole article here.

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