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This object plays on the term 'bi-cycle' which refers to an idea in which a bisexual person may feel stronger feelings of attraction towards one gender over other at certain points in time. Limited edition of 30.


Astra’s page-based poems and objects often have an interactive dimension to them as a means of reaching out to new or non-poetry audiences as well as engaging with readers and viewers in a deeper sense. From her Poetry Jenga which has taken many forms over the years to wearable poems, her tangible visual poems often take the shape of — and reshape or transform — recognisable objects. 


Bi-cycle wheel by Astra Papachristodoulou

  • 100 x 100 mm

    Limited edition of 30

    Launched: 21 December 2023

    Poem Atlas (London)

  • Astra Papachristodoulou holds a PhD in Creative Writing from the University of Surrey. Her practice-based doctoral project at Surrey was funded by the Doctoral College Studentship Award and explored sculptural poetics as a revolutionary act in the context of the Anthropocene. Astra is the author and editor of several books including Selected Variations for bees (Guillemot Press), and Constellations (also from Guillemot Press), and her work has been translated into Turkish, Korean, German, Russian, Slovenian and Spanish. 

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