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LEEDS SURREALIST GROUP: PHOSPHOR4, THE ONEIRIC CITY

phosphor4fdmA surrealist luminescence

Phosphor was launched in 2008, as a substantial, high-quality journal, which has the aim of presenting contemporary creative and critical work by Leeds Surrealist Group and their friends, with essays, poetry, critique, graphic art, photography, reviews, games, enquiries . . .

Although drawing upon Surrealism’s current manifestations, both locally and internationally, Phosphor also highlights sometimes neglected aspects of its history. Each issue has a broad theme, though is not constrained by it. Phosphor followed on from the group’s Manticore/Surrealist Communication, a four-page A3 publication, which ran for eight numbers between 1997 and 2006.

Phosphor No.4 – The Oneiric City
‘We can read the language of the city streets as a dream narrative, to subject it to a form of dream-analysis even, in an attempt to better  understand ourselves. But the streets change, as cities are reshaped and our oneiric sites are demolished, so the narratives themselves become like dreams, as if they had only happened while we were asleep and are remembered upon waking.’
– from the editorial, Port of Prague, by Kenneth Cox & Bill Howe
72 pages – B5 format – Spring 2015 – ISSN 1755-0009

Texts, poems, images on the theme of ‘The Oneiric City’ – including:
Kenneth Cox, Dreaming The City By Day – an account of a ludic exploration of the city undertaken by Leeds Surrealist Group
Bruno Jacobs, Notes On The Oneiric City – on the dream-like atmosphere of certain cities
Guy Girard, One City Is Another – on the superimposition of one city onto another
Krzysztof Fijalkowski, Rêvilleros – reveries on Santiago de Compostela, Nantes and Prague
Bill Howe, Into The Desert Of Mirrors And Magnifiers – a subjective commentary on a ludic exploration, ‘Deserts In The City’, of a neutral area of Leeds, followed by individual and collective evidence
Josie Malinowski, Explorations In An Oneiric City – an illustrated account from ‘Deserts In The City’
Gareth Brown, Descent From The Black Plain – an hallucinatory text from ‘Deserts In The City’
Ody Saban, Natural Defenestration – a personal memoir of Istanbul
Jonathan Tooke, Life On Staircases – a tale about a discovered notebook that contains fragments of strange oneiric experiments
Joël Gayraud, Panic Square – a short tale of a disturbing disorientation
poems by Kenneth Cox, Bill Howe, Vangelis Koutalis
images by Jan Drabble, Kathleen Fox, Juan Carlos Otaño, Michael Richardson, Ody Saban, Pierre-André Sauvageot
reviews by Andy Boobier, Gareth Brown, Krzysztof Fijalkowski, Bill Howe, Mike Peters, Michael Richardson

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