Igor Ballyhoo Meets Emily Dickinson’s Ghost

“I feel, therefore I am not a machine.” Larkworthy Antfarm responds to Igor Ballyhoo’s futuristic world with her own vison in a poem called “Emily Dickinson’s Ghost.” Antfarm affirms her humanity in the face of Ballyhoo’s biological based machines as she invokes Emily Dickinson’s ghost.

music: Larkworthy Antfarm on tenor recorder.
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~ by malburns on August 28, 2011.

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