Rupert Loydell is Senior Lecturer in English with Creative Writing at Falmouth University, the editor of Stride magazine, and a contributing editor to international times. He is the author of many collections of poetry, including Dear Mary, The Return of the Man Who Has Everything, Wildlife and Ballads of the Alone, and Encouraging Signs, a book of essays, articles and interviews, all published by Shearsman Books. He edited Smartarse and co-edited Yesterday’s Music Today for Knives Forks & Spoons Press, From Hepworth’s Garden Out: poems about painters and St. Ives for Shearsman Books, and Troubles Swapped for Something Fresh, an anthology of manifestos and unmanifestos, for Salt.
'HERE I AM' William Kentridge, Whitechapel Gallery, Nov 2016 pianola roll shadows useless machines parades & propaganda silhouette carnival the broken & dispossessed surround us wrecked possessions bury walls of refugees he fled his fate' metronomes gospel songs distorted time black hole black culture bullhorns foghorns loudspeakers echoing and distracting the arrow of time stops South African history lessons overcoming obstacles cycles of resistance black & white paper man's folded-up problems carry the weight of the world enabling others to walk self-conscious colonisation polka perfection traces of ourselves complicit other stories puppet state stories stories already told surrounded by stories macabre squeezebox trying on hats for size ill-fitting suits in languages we don't understand light/dark black/white an accusation of the past knots of light and time the mechanics of racism hygienic time piped time relentless time scrambled stories co-existence several screens dislocated time contemporaneous time co-existent time dawn of destruction dance of celebration an accumulation of time event horizons morse memory lost messages undo unhappen unbelieve misinformation trace markers pianola roll shadows
— William Kentridge, Six Drawing Lessons
- William Kentridge | I Am Not Me, the Horse Is Not Mine at Inhotim Gallery
- A Documentary of William Kentridge eight channel video installation.
- William Kentridge | I Am Not Me, the Horse is Not Mine at Performa
- South Africa’s Picasso: William Kentridge | Brilliant Ideas Ep. 41
- A Drawing Lesson | William Kentridge