Synkroniciti is proud to introduce the artists of our newest online issue, “Intersections,” available for download here: https://synkroniciti.com/the-magazine/purchase-individual-issues/.
We featured poet Charlotte Hart in our “Flow” issue, and are so excited to have her back. For “Intersections” we are delighted that she joins us with her collaborator, Adrián Caldera, a photographer and artist living in the border town of Juarez, Mexico. Adrián’s colorful and bold digital art is a wonderful contrast and complement to Charlotte’s sensitive and sensual poems. Charlotte and Adrián have a long correspondence via email, sharing original art and poetry, which bloomed into a book, Desert Flow, available from Cloud Hands Press here. The two have never met and have spent most of their time in a conversation over art, meaning and existence. Their relationship is a profoundly beautiful creative intersection, a call and response between images and words. “Glow” and “Carillon Bells” are the two collaborations published in the issue. They explore the connection that lies beneath the surface of existence, one focusing on light and the other on sound and resonance.
Experience these affirming collaborations in Synkroniciti’s newest issue, “Intersections.”
Adrián Caldera is a successful photographer and artist in Mexico and has shown his work internationally. His many solo shows include: Museo de Arte Moderno Alberto Gironella; Gomez Palacio Durango y Museo de Historica y Arte Contempor El Palacio de los Gurza, Durango; Museo Carrillo Gil, in Mexico City; San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico; among others. Caldera’s work was featured in Paquiné – Greatness for the Past, Inspiration for the Present (Universitetet I Oslo, Institutt Og Museum for Anthropolog, Etnografisk Museum, Oslo, Norge).
Charlotte Hart’s new book, Desert Flow, in collaboration with abstract digital artist Adrián Caldera, is published by Cloud Hands Press in English and Spanish. Desert Flow is available for digital devices on Amazon and will soon be released in print on Cloud Hands Press and Amazon.
Hart’s first book was The Pegasus Ring. Her chapbook, Organic Spirits was from Finishing Line Press. Her poem, “Clark Street Beach” is incised in concrete in front of the public library in Evanston, Illinois. Her poems have appeared in the Journal of Modern Poetry, Thema Literary Magazine, and Poetica Magazine, among many others.
For her poetry, Hart has received awards from the Journal of Modern Poetry and the Poets and Patrons Society of Chicago. Charlotte Hart has shown visual art at the Smithsonian in Washington D.C. and has drawings in the permanent collection of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her show of art and poetry, Lebendige Linien (Living Lines) was shown in Berlin, Germany.