Found Poetry: Lunar Installation

Britton Minor found inspiration in cosmic and “giant, seemingly weightless” installations at the Phillips and responded to our call for found poems, working with words from the Intersections contemporary art series page on our website:

Lunar Installation

Silhouetted planets riff
on the moonlit mood

The perpetual rotation forces spatial
perception above sunrise,
nightfall paying homage to
a weightless architecture

Maintaining balance activates fragmented
organic objects and extends ecliptic practices

The ethereal glow of three-dimensional
spaces filters the monumental skies,
evoking the first outdoor sculpture
inspired by science

~ Britton Minor

National Poetry Month continues through Monday, and we’re still looking to post your found poetry creations. Read more about found poetry, and how to contribute your own, here.

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