The night before the super moon, we captured this impression of our studio at Mustarinda. We’re having an open studio on Friday November 18 where Klaudia Domurat and Siouxzi Connor wil… Source: Open studio at Mustarinda, Finland
Currently on artist residency with sound artist Klaudia Domurat (Uferlos.berlin), in Mustarinda in the north of Finland, working on “In the dark, dark room” – aural/visual extracts from my novel “Our Little Wooden House in the Forest.” More soon.
Known as Siouxzi Mernagh from the years 2007 – 2016, I’m now reverting to my original name, Siouxzi Connor, for all purposes from here on in. I’ve also been away from the site for so long but am now happy to be back and posting! Changes are now in effect across Tumblr, Twitter and Instagram. Greetings from Finland.
An extract from my novel ‘Our Little Wooden House in the Forest’ was recently published in the artist publication titled ‘Should I have stayed home and thought of here?’, launched in Sydney April 2016.
Towards the end of 2015 and beginning of 2016, I had the pleasure of taking part in several events in Berlin and Sydney which involved readings from my book ‘Our Little Wooden House in the Forest’ and screenings from my aural-visual collaboration with Uferlos Studios.
Over the past few months I have begun an aural-visual-textual collaboration with creative collective Uferlos Studios, involving live and performed readings of my writing and video work based on the soundscapes and music of Klaudia Domurat.
New short fiction published in The Offing, a channel of the LA Review of Books: http://theoffingmag.com/fiction/leda-in-glass/ Enjoy! X
A very happy announcement: I’ve just signed a contract with the wonderful Repeater Books (UK) for a book of my short stories, essays, novel extracts and visuals, titled ‘Little Houses, Big Forests (or: desire is no light thing)’. Exciting start to the year. http://repeaterbooks.com/
(artwork: Douglas Breault) A short extract from my novel manuscript, ‘Your bones ache with its aches’ appears in the latest issue of East Coast Ink, a literary magazine based in New York. Available in print, as well as online here: (flick through to pages 35 and 36).
My short literary essay, ‘Lost Knowledge. Just tumult everywhere endlessly’ appears in the latest issue of Runway: Australian Experimental Art journal. http://runway.org.au/lost-knowledge-just-tumult-everywhere-endlessly/ Confused? Lost? […] If you don’t know where you are, can you know who you are? Just tumult everywhere endlessly, tumult modulating into another tumult all over and without end. The change is so constant so pervasive so relentless, that identity, place, scale – all measure lessen, weaken, eventually disappear. – Roni Horn, […]