Temporary Spaces
20 January-22 February 2020
The Poetry Café / 22 Betterton Street / London WC2H 9BX
Poem Atlas in collaboration with Corrupted Poetry present 
Temporary Spaces, an exhibition of visual poetry exploring object and time by some of the UK’s most exciting contemporary poets. Contributing poets include Sarah Dawson, Stephen Emmerson, Simon Tyrrell, Silje Ree, Claire Collison, James Knight, Paul Hawkins, Matt Martin, Michelle Penn, Stephen Mooney, Paul Hawkins, Nic Stringer and Astra Papachristodoulou. More info about the exhibition at The Poetry Society website here.
Celebratory launch event
The Poetry Café, 29 January 2020, from 7.30pm
Join us at The Poetry Café on 29 January for the Temporary spaces launch event featuring music and performances from contributors to the show. The event is free to attend with a suggested donation of £3. A unique exhibition catalogue will be available to purchase on the night. 
Exhibition Catalogue
The Temporary Spaces anthology is edited by Astra Papachristodoulou and Nic Stringer. It is beautifully produced by Pamenar Press and there are only limited copies available. You can purchase it here.
Buying works in the exhibition
Many works in the exhibition are for sale. To make a purchase, please contact Astra Papachristodoulou at poematlasuk@gmail.com
About Poem Atlas
Poem Atlas is a poetry network and event series curated by poet and artist Astra Papachristodoulou. The project aims to showcase the best of visual and experimental poetry in the UK and beyond, focusing on the work of poets exploring the performance potential of poems, and that merge poetry and visual art to create unique visual-textual objects. 
About Corrupted Poetry
Corrupted Poetry is a state of mind. Events are managed by a collective of writers: Nic Stringer, Michelle Penn and Fiona Larkin. Corrupted Poetry create readings and collaborations that bring together the best writers of contemporary poetry and present their work alongside artistic and sound content to provoke debate about the poem’s visual & sonic spaces. corruptedpoetry.com
More info about the launch at The Poetry Society events' page here