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"Dodo" de Karen Villeda, poesía en stop motion

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Published on Feb 12, 2014

El poemario "Dodo" de Karen Villeda obtuvo el Premio Nacional de Poesía Joven "Elías Nandino" 2013 convocado por el Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes (CONACULTA). Esta adaptación en stop motion contiene fragmentos de "Dodo", un poema narrativo considerado por Carmen Villoro como "el recuerdo y el presagio de un mundo fantástico y terrible que a todos pertenece, basta mirar la huella para reconocer nuestra memoria. Nos asusta y fascina este delirio".
Karen ha publicado "Dodo" (CONACULTA, 2013), "Babia" (UNAM, 2011) y "Tesauro" (CONACULTA, 2010). También ha traducido poemas de John Keats al español.
Karen está interesada en la experimentación poética durante la era digital. Ha realizado trabajos creativos de ciberpoesía como el proyecto LABO (www.labo.com.mx) y sus poemas visuales aparecen en la colección "Poesía visual mexicana: la palabra transfigurada".
Este stop motion fue seleccionado para el I Festival Internacional de Literatura y Medios Interactivos Cinemapoesía del Perú.

The poetry book "Dodo" of Karen Villeda won the "Elías Nandino" National Award of Youth Poetry in 2013 organized by the National Council for Culture and the Arts (CONACULTA). This stop motion adaptation contains fragments of "Dodo", a narrative poem considered by the writer Carmen Villoro as "the remembrance and the harbinger of a great and terrible world belongs to everyone, we just need to look at the footprint to recognize our memory. It frightens and fascinates us this delusion".
Karen has published "Dodo" (CONACULTA, 2013), "Babia" (UNAM, 2011) and "Tesauro" (CONACULTA, 2010). She has also translated poems of John Keats to Spanish.
Karen is interested in poetic experimentation in the digital era. She has done creative work in cyberpoetry as the project LABO (www.labo.com.mx) and her visual poems appear in the collection "Mexican Visual Poetry: The Transfigured Word".
This stop motion was selected for the I International Festival of Literature and Interactive Media "Cinemapoesía" of Peru.

Karen Villeda
www.poetronica.net

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