Dancing in Silence
A collection of poetry and art by Canadian artist Danniel D.D. Oickle. At some points, a form of lyrical writing has been employed in order to emphasize repetition, and at others, he employs a stream-of-consciousness style that lends itself well to much more personal material. As figurative signposts for the reader, there are carefully chosen works of ink art that contribute to the overall themes of the book. From empty dioramas, to his uncharacteristic portrayal of religious iconography, or to his depictions of abuse, he treads the line between sexual awakening and a religious upbringing. The works in this book will continue to strike a chord with readers for years to come.
- Paperback | 82 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 5.33mm | 176.9g
- 22 Feb 2010
- London, United Kingdom