DOUBLE DOUBLE Archive, webzine 2019-2021


Terrain, Little Red Riding Hood, Rosetta
DOUBLE DOUBLE, March edition 2022

140 pages, 8x10 inch
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About the Book
Spring brings forth a new issue of DOUBLE DOUBLE with a focal point on poetry, visuals and languages, and how the mediums interplay and communicate. Holly Lee has selected six poems she wrote recently, and one poem: Rosetta, is dedicated to an octopus and its documentary filmmaker Craig Foster. This edition’s invited artist Ximena Berecochea produces photographic work frequently associated with and deeply influenced by literature and languages. Three series of work are featured in this issue: the fabled Little Red Riding Hood, The House in the House, and, Catching a Squirrel, which is a work inspired by the late Hong Kong poet Leung Ping-kwan. A dialogue between Holly and Ximena reveals some of the thought process and syntax leading to the creation of these photographs. In the Collection section, we share eight awe-inspiring mixed media objects from Toronto artist Kai Chan. Our exploration of image and text continues with Terrain - a collaboration between photographer Lee Ka-sing and writer Gary Michael Dault. Over a dozen of images, each pristine, black and white photograph is echoed by a discerning, succinct haiku, creating an irresistible lure for readers to develop their own renderings - on a conscious or subconscious level.