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Essays and Projects

The Power of Language – Roxana Vilk interviewed by Rebecca Hilton

‘The Power of Language’: Interview with Roxana Vilk, for Liberated Words Interviewer: Rebecca Hilton, June 2020 We are very excited and pleased to showcase Liberated Words’ first podcast interview, ‘The Power of Language’ (a quotation from Roxana Vilk), which delves into the exhilarating world of British/Iranian artist, Roxana Vilk. Roxana’s multidisciplinary art practice explores migration and […]

Rebecca Hilton’s Beginner’s Guide to ZEBRA

In these isolating times when the world feels as if it is on hold, we are sharing an article by artist Rebecca Hilton, looking back to the festive warmth we all experienced at ZEBRA in December 2019. I hope you are all keeping safe and that you are, of course, using any extra time to […]

Poetry Films for the Environment / Biosphere at LYRA Bristol, 14 march 2020

Lucy English and I are pleased to have curated a selection of Poetry Films for the Environment for LYRA 2020, March 14 in Bristol, where the theme is part of the festival this year. international screening Mary McDonald, Penn Kemp; Ian Gibbins; Helen Dewbery, Suzannah Evans; Helen Moore, Howard Vause; Jutta Pryor, Lucy English; Janet […]

VideoBardo Presentation Overview

Here are the bilingual (English and Spanish) details of the presentation on 12 October at Bristol Poetry Institute organized by Sarah Tremlett of Liberated Words and Rebecca Kosick. I believe this was an important event, not only in videopoetry and its dissemination, but in the links between Argentina and the UK (post-Brexit!).  Marisol and I […]


Sad to see ZEBRA over, and many thanks to Thomas Zandegiacomo and the team for all their hard work. We were given a multitude of richly varied (German and British) poetry films: classic examples of the craft in Tim Webb’s 15th February (poet Peter Reading) and Adele Myers’ and Ra Page’s Racing Time (poet Chris […]


This vitally important essay (from 2011) is long overdue on the website. It gives an in-depth account by pioneer Canadian videopoet (to use his own term) – Tom Konyves – of his rationale behind creating a manifesto for the subject. I first met Tom at the Bury Festival of Text in 2009 when he was […]