‘Spared’ – Katrina’s new poem at the Arnolfini

The ArKatrina Naominolfini has published Katrina’s poem ‘Spared’.

The Arnolfini has also blogged about some of  Katrina’s work-in-progress in the making of the poem, ‘Spared’. You can read the final poem here http://www.arnolfini.org.uk/blog/katrina-naomi-poetry-in-progress/.

Katrina Naomi Arnolfini

Katrina wrote ‘Spared’ during her residency at the Arnolfini, in response to Daphne Wright’s installation ‘Domestic Shrubbery’ (pictured right), which is part of the Arnolfini’s ‘Emotional Archeology’ exhibition.

Katrina read eight of her new poems at the Arnolfini on 3 Dec.

Daphne Wright’s ‘Emotional Archeology’ exhibition runs until the end of December 2016.

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