Signatures or The Bass Line of a Freighter Ship, by Iva Radivojević-Print Books-Bottlecap Press

Signatures or The Bass Line of a Freighter Ship, by Iva Radivojević

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Poetry, chapbook, 32 pages, from Bottlecap Features.

These thoughts and writings were noted in the dark, in between desire and worry, at times resulting from a nightmare, or an overflowing of care.

At some moments, conversations were overheard and at others blind expectations were projected into the cosmos. All together these flashbacks, colors, affairs, displacements and hearings are collected here in an order in which they wanted to show up, to mark an existence, a duration of tiny signatures experienced on and around 503 Lafayette Ave in Brooklyn.

Iva Radivojević was born in Belgrade and spent her early years in Yugoslavia and Cyprus. She is an artist who currently divides her time between subarctic Alaska, Brooklyn and Lesbos. Her work presents itself as a collection of fragments {observations, contemplations, poetry, images, sounds, melodies, languages}  which collage together to connect into a ruminating whole. The work circles around displacement and belonging, seeking to connect to the metaphysical or the magical.  Iva's work has screened at the New York Film Festival, New Directors | New Films, Rotterdam IFF, DocLisboa, Museum of Modern Art. She is the recipient of the Sundance Art of Non-Fiction Fellowship, Guggenheim Fellowship, Princess Grace Special Project Award and Film Fellowship, Jerome Foundation Fellowship.