Sunday, September 22 at 7 PM, Phyllis Segura and Stephan Hederich present, “Summoning Kisses” at Green Kill, a spoken and visual presentation of their erotic poetry and nude photography book. A contribution of 5 dollars would be appreciated.
The photos will be available for purchase for $150.
The book is in search of a publisher. Some copies of the photographs will be availablefor purchase. Wear your best underwear. You won’t want to miss this.
About “Summoning Kisses”
Our collaboration began on a whim and gradually developed over time to evoke sentiments of emotional desires and erotic flirtations that are at the heart of sensual relationships. Some times the poems came first and some times the photographs. Unavoidable is the gaze whether one looks upon another or looks inwardly, the looking reveals a part of what is being sought and hopefully seen.
Desire without clinging and attachment seems to be the goal that can permit us to experience our senses tenderly and fully. We wade in these pages with the possibility of evoking longed for moments of true intimacy and depth of feeling. Overriding it all is a spontaneous creativity coming directly from our imaginations, and a strongly held sense that the erotic is liberating.
“Summoning Kisses,” as we have written it, takes you on a non-linear journey filled with contradictory emotions, humor, playfulness, and irreverence while suggesting deeper emotions often difficult to express. It’s a book to gift and take to bed with your lover. Read it or just look at the pictures.
About Stephan Hederich
Stephan Hederich, photographer from Cologne, Germany, resides in the rural enclave of Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia on a 85-acre farm, when he is not traveling to document monuments in Cuba, or record social change near and far. His interest in nude photography brought him to produce the photobook Yoga Renegade. With the series Women Over Forty, recorded with a pinhole camera, he confronts conventional ideas of beauty.
About Phyllis Segura
Phyllis Segura, painter, writer, award-winning chef and textile designer, from New York, resides in Saugerties, New York. She produced the poetry magazine Broadshirt, on a T-shirt, and founded and co-edited the historic video magazine, Radical Software. She did pioneer work in holography and taught Kyudo, zen archery. Her paintings have been exhibited widely. She has always written poems but often just gave them away.
About Green Kill
Green Kill is a multi-use performance space dedicated to a diverse and growing creative community. Green Kill’s mission is to create artistic opportunities through peer to peer organization of talented and dedicated visual, performing and literary artists.
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