our words make worlds


Reveries about language


Unbound is a multilingual poetry project, developed by researcher and poet Dr Jasmina Bolfek-Radovani Mina Ray. Building on Jasmina's background as a writer of Croatian and Algerian heritage working in London, the project is imagined as a series of live performances inviting the audience to immerse themselves in English, French and Croatian poetry, across locations in London, Zagreb, Paris and Brussels. It aims to show how the spoken word, sound and image can interact to create a series of 'unbound' or free expressions.

The first event in the series, 'Reveries About Language: Sound Image Word' will take place at the Pinter Studio, Queen Mary University London, on 20 March 2019. The evening begins with a performance lasting 50 minutes, followed by refreshments and a 20 minute conversation between the performance director Prof Catherine Boyle and the poet, with the sound artist Alo Allik improvising music on stage and the actors performing the poetry in English, French and Croatian. This event is supported by Language Acts and Worldmaking and by both the Arts and Cultural Strategy Office and the Centre for Digital Music at QMUL.

For more information and to book a ticket, please go to the performance's eventbrite page, or visit Jasmina's website.