‘Mesostic Stones’ is a collection of poems by Rob Lycett that expresses the experience of walking to a series of stone sites in Calderdale. They are written as mesostics, a poetic form often used by John Cage.
In these poems, the place name runs vertically through each page - structuring the language and rhythm. Each site is recorded with it’s Latitude and Longitude.
A copy of this book is archived as part of ‘A Walking Encyclopaedia’, Airspace Gallery, Stoke on Trent [UK].
Exhibition history >>
06.08.2019 to 28.08.2019
Fieldworks: Dialogues in Psychogeography
Temporary Contemporary [Huddersfield, UK]
keywords: book, typography, mesostic, poetry, stones, psychogeography