Alexander Jorgensen

Homage to Jack Stauffacher

Maternity Ward at Wesson Women's


Just Come Home

Alexander Jorgensen wakes up indulging in queer tirades. Has suffered from existential homelessness while learning to communicate. Attempts to remind himself just how apples once tasted. He lives and works in the People's Republic of China (where he has divided his time since 2002). His work has most recently appeared or is forthcoming in Oranges & Sardines, Venereal Kittens, Sous Rature, Big Bridge, and Van Gogh's Ear. "Letters to a Younger Poet," correspondences with the late Robert Creeley, appears in Jacket magazine #31.

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Blogger Obododimma Oha said...

This is simply a great experiment in the visual semiotics of writing. It takes us back to pictorial origins of writing, reconciling the signifier and the signified. Never thought the low case of the first letter of the English alphabet could be imagined as a pregnant woman. I love it.

-- Obododimma Oha

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