Helen Frosi – aspects of the morning

aspects of the morning is a pillow book to the river lea; a spatial poem beginning at dawn and following the river’s course until noon, portraying as a splay of seemingly disassociated words on the page, helen’s deep acoustic and ecological sensibility. ecological in its writing – multilayered and many-voiced – the open lattice of the text acts as a perfume, encouraging the reader to linger and drift through an alternative time; sound and light.

commissioned by patrick farmer

published by sonic art research unit, oxford brookes university

risoprinted by footprint workers co-op, leeds.

limited to 100 copies.

the first 25 sold come with one of two linoprints inspired by the ha bun shu.

azure ink on context in birch.

£10, purchase HERE