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Miles Greenberg reads Advice From Dionysus, by Shinji Moon

Miles Greenberg reads Advice From Dionysus, by Shinji Moon

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Poetry and Tea

In this unique video series produced and created by PHI, artists freely explore the interplay between rhymes and sounds, sharing a quiet moment of introspection with us.

She’s a Korean-American poet thought to be in her early twenties, although the details of her life remain (deliberately?) something of a mystery. He’s a Montreal artist and model based in Paris who lends his body to performance art, videos, and photography. Greenberg knows this poem inside out since he used it as the inspiration for one of his works. Far from seeing these lines of free verse by Shinji Moon as a gruesome incantation, he embraced the call to throw himself out the window to create an intimate space where spectators and readers could come and curl up with him.

“This is how I destroyed you. And this, is how I kept you alive.”

Shinji Moon

Excerpt read by Miles Greenberg

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