Poem by AWVH with submissions and answers around the world in 2020

Nelin Baykaldı

Copyrights: Nelin Baykaldı

This is the first submission published for the first Open Call of Moving Drafts. The theme is a poem about adulthood written by Anna W. von Huber.
What do you see? What inspires you? Do you want to learn more about the artist?

Nelin Baykaldı is a 21 year-old literature student living in Istanbul Turkey. Through photography she is trying to do a visual research on her surroundings and her mind. 

Instagram: @nelinbaykaldi 

Thank you for submitting this great art work.

Dalesia Cozorici- If you keep silent

The following contribution is a submission by Dalesia Cozorici. It is a short film with the title: If you keep silent. Dalesia Cozorici manages to create a film that is carried by lightness. I answer with a poem written in german language.

Description: Anina – New Town district. A cloud of blockless windows with cavity walls. How do you see the world inside the chambers filled with dust and debris, where only the animals still get sheltered? A reflexive look at the ghosts of living in an abandoned neighbourhood.Is an insight into a city that we suspected to be dead, depopulated, far in the mountains, and slightly exotic.

If you keep silent – Dalesia Cozorici

„Our short film gives voices to the passages of the past, shapes and lights, trapped in abandoned cement blocks. Overlapping voices and noises on image filmed by Krasnogorsk 3 camera, on 16mm, dig up the life that was once lived there. Children playing in front of the block, kitchen sounds, plates gathered after a family meal, the sound of the refrigerator plugged in, all resonate in apartments without walls, wallpaper, doorknobs or windows.

The text is another form moulded on the feelings that tempt us when we step into a neighbourhood of forgotten blocks, when we hold our breath when we disconnect. A question that does not know how to be formulated. What a rhetorical disposition. Our past has holes in the walls, sand on the ground, broken connections. Maybe there’s something else, but there’s too much noise.

A different kind of noise. A sound of absence and white dust. But after all, how hard it is to be silent when traveling between two dimensions? “

– Dalesia Cozorici

when you see the cloud
by AWVH 

Heute war alles verschwommen
die Augen waren schwach
Eine warme Traurigkeit 
ummantelt den Spaziergang der Drachenflieger
die Ruhe wird stiller am Dorfberg
in der Stadt bleibt sie fremd
die Distanz nimmt langsam Stellung ein

Eine aufwärmende Gemeinsamkeit? 

Dalesia Cozorici graduated from high school recently. Now she is working on several film projects, such as magazines about cinema or artistic curatorial activities in Romania. She is currently a production assistant for several Romanian short films and a co-writer of an illustrated documentary book. Her short films or visual exercises were created in the field of visual workshops in the country. Her first short film was in The Golden Bull Film Festival, Soda (Social Distancing Art Festival), Humanitarian Film Day and First-Time Filmmaker Sessions selection and some national competitions. She is currently working on her first elaborate film script.
Some of her great projects she was doing:
2018- today: Screenwriter for the comic book Din subteran la suprafață (Association: Bloc Zero, One World Romania La Școală)
18 May 2020: Exhibitor at the SODA festival (showcased by Arrival Room) – Social Distancing Art Festival
25. July – 28. July 2019 Participant in the selection of the Film Festival: Filmul de Piatra (Romania)
14 October 2018-2019: Editor- Film Magazine: One World Romania La Școală
Dalesia Cozorici București, România Instagram Facebook

Thank you for submitting this great art work.

2 Kommentare zu „Adulthood

  1. Right here is the perfect webpage for anyone who hopes to understand this topic. You realize so much its almost tough to argue with you (not that I actually would want to…HaHa). You certainly put a new spin on a subject that’s been written about for a long time. Wonderful stuff, just wonderful!

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    1. Dear Joan thank you very much. I am very happy for your comment and that you like it. That made my day. Those comments really push me to keep doing what I love, thank you very much.

      But please feel free to argue with me. I am always looking forward to new perspectives, new answers or even new questions, Best Anna


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