Day two of the continuing coverage that is Zoomoozophone Review! Yes everyone ought to be excited. This is culture being made free of charge to the masses. Of course the masses need to know where to look. With this little collection (well not little like over a hundred pages) Matt Margo introduces new readers to a new world.
Kell Gallery sleeps on a sofa. Oh yes that is the life of New York. A moment spent on the subway is wasted. Hence people find themselves on couches all of the time. People sleep together in New York to huddle for warmth. Wet concrete in a concrete jungle sounds about right. Breakfasts of it all require kid gloves to handle the delicacy of the situation.
Hugh Tribbey sees soiled cops. Unfortunately cops are not always very good with bladder control. Put into the line of fire they often get worried, overly so. Trampled leaves give good clues to the noses on the grindstone but too much nose results in a nasty nosebleed. Sometimes it is best to ignore the clues and leave it for another shoe. Crushed popcorn happens frequently with too much want. Animated shorts require a necessary movie-going experience. Anger nightmares are yellow before they get red with violence. Cowardice creeps in hoping to move the mind out of harm’s way.
Jeff Harrison augers a quarantine for an O. Yes any boring would tend to make an O shape. The drill bit determines the size of the quarantine. People require a way to get away from themselves. A government bash is something to avoid. Calmness comes from the bash the aftereffect. Words find themselves into cramped quarters all of the time yet manages to make tender to the touch, heads brought fully into the clouds.
John Pursch explores everything. Offal is delivered to a special someone’s door. They use their ear with great skill. Chia’s are campy and require croutons for they are living, growing salads. Streams join into the mix showing off the beauty of a mechanical hum. Individuals take great pride in the quality of their mocking. An art form to some the better the string the stronger it can bring others together. The true way to bring people together is to insult them.
Kushal Poddar awakes from a TV set dream. That is an antiquated dream as the sloth of TV makes way for the sloth of the Internet. Coffee is important to keep the dreams at bay focusing on the present. Disruptions occur with startlingly frequency in the world.
John Rogers looks for the red handed and finds them living in the cloud. Above the clouds John Rogers lives in the cloud. He looks out a window and sees the head stuck in the clouds. Long ago those people would have been chastised. Now they are celebrated. He is in love with the skin he cannot touch. One day he will be able to but not today.
Alexander Limarev reassures readers that they might find death. Usually death finds people. Death is nice that way. Blues happen in the sky all the time to try and prevent others from suffering. To date that has not stopped a single bad thought.
Thanks to the nice comforting image of death it is time to end this section. Next up on the wonderful agenda is the greatness that is eating an orange.