Browse Lee Ka-sing's daily published diptych photograph at Light Readings

Subscribe MONDAY ARTPOST inbox edition, please enter email address

MONDAY ARTPOST issue 0811-2014

MONDAY ARTPOST - Columns by Artist and Writer. Published on Mondays
Issue 0811-2014 ISSN 1918-6991 An Ocean and Pounds publication. All Rights Reserved

Shelley Savor

Caffeine Reveries

Lee Ka-sing

In Bob’s verse “a silver coin of light mooning the beginning of the day”

Two consecutive moments from my window. A philosophical study about manipulation


The gate and the open-end

An afternoon at the beach in front of a portable backdrop

Andrew Yeung

Line Doc

Bob Black


Bagatelle and Babble
TWO CANDLES - Part II: (喬)

As a child, I once lost my name to the echo of street vendors,
a silver coin of light mooning the beginning of the day,
water chestnut, mountain lily, a thumb nail chewed and stuck ahigh
and the buildings begin to sway and I was at run and away
as my mother's voice twirled and faded, a mirage in the summer's gaseous rising
replaced by the rivering scent that lent me a new course by which to skedaddle:
Cheong Fun, Curry Fish Balls, Siu Mai, Organs in a Pot.
The names themselves a population of secret corners and retreats,
the entire decaying joinery beam-and-posted together by the fecund dragoning
of the golden musk of Tofu whose stench was more blossom than funk
and whose redolence snaked and shaped the licking of my dreams and the corners of Mong Kok.


Located at Toronto Queen Street West, Art and Design district. A professionally-run rental gallery with large corner windows for high visibility. Under the management of Ocean and Pounds.

Current exhibition: ART BROWNIE 2014

Gary Michael Dault

BRIEF CANDLES: 100 Very Short Plays
Play #90: The Utopian Turtletopper



Fiona Smyth


Columns by Artist and Writer
ISSN 1918-6991

Follow us on Twitter and Facebook

Powered by
An Ocean & Pounds publication. All rights reserved.