Declaration of War; E. Feffermann & J. Breadsticks, mixed media. 2020 Feffermann and Breadsticks' Declaration of War occupies an almost place in the heart of the most machinistic heart. It spoke so strongly to the anarchistic vein running through Britain in the '20s; emergent during the 'frightful cough' of spring 2020, but coarsing through the … Continue reading Declaration of War
"am asking a favour here as this is the first one. If you would like to contribute please send me anything tomorrow (Thursdy 16.4.20) that would be grand. Am hoping to get this first one done by the end of the holidays and then turn it into a series if it work real good. Any … Continue reading OPPortunity of contribute for to Artwork on in theme: (of) “INSIDE”
Go to the BALLPIT in your mind. I will take you there.
We are all are we wondering At this most special of time Upon the state of the condition of the Prime Minister Of England, of his health. Does he breathe? Does he tell jokes? Does he shake hands with jolly and recklessness? Eyes atwinkling in darkness? Imp! Enveloped like a letter in envelope, he is … Continue reading Croak in a box in a crown is he?
Their lungs caught fire in the wind Cardboard flowing growing with delight Painful panpipess swearing at the hot night sky Moon a barren mistress glowing with envy Cold beds full of people Laugh to me please! No To the police hospital delivery farm persons Busy as Amazin bees , bearing Loads we sit and waiting … Continue reading Lick the Spoon
One Dinosaur: Striking, absurdist new sculptural piece by J. Breadsticks. The bold play of light accentuates the plastic dinosaur's struggle, reaching skyward in its search for meaning in an obviously absurd existence. The baby's foot references mankind's eternal journey from cradle to grave, whilst the wire and bead toy indicates the myriad challenges that we … Continue reading One Dinosaur
The tower of toilet paper rolls Melts. Chunky soap Breaks apart And slims down to Slippery fish. Bananas on death row Fate sealed, dwindling. Toys take up new roles, Beyond the familiar: Cars become dogs. Magnets become school-friends. One clock stays put whilst Its comrades desert it, attuned To some higher Time, For what it's … Continue reading Housebound
All these things Books, Pot plants, Glasses, Jigsaw puzzles, Fisher Price schoolhouse, Slippers all Sit quietly, In no hurry. Most will not be used this week, Many not even this year. Sitting waiting. We wait too In a domestic bunker. Put potatoes in the ground. Walked around the block with my son A dog-walker peeking … Continue reading Cough