Eir LindstromHolmy


Biography of Eir LindstromHolmy

Dance. Poetry. Film. Motion. Emotion. Imagery.

Eir Lindstrom-Holmy, AKA The Moving Imagist, is a performing poet, filmmaker, writer and occasional photographer

Eir has been writing poetry since 1998, and performing her work around since 2010. She has been a featured poet on WOMR’s Poet’s Corner with host Joe Gouviea, and is taking part in the Mutual Muses V exhibition at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod in March 2012, a conversation between poets and artists. Her poem ‘The Flickering’ and her photograph ‘Nudelight’ were selected for the Hyannis Harbor Arts Center’s juried exhibition, ‘The Quality of Light’ at the Guyer Art Barn in Hyannis.

Eir is also a narrative and abstract filmmaker, and the visual image forms an important part of her poetic language. Her poetry is the poetry of belief and doubt, of investigation, uncertainty, and the search for truth among the aspects. She draws many influences from the crossover between poetry and music, especially the work of Leonard Cohen and Canadian beat-box poet C.R. Avery.

Eir LindstromHolmy's Works:

In January 2012, Eir release a self-published chapbook, 'Dracula's Dream' containing 20 poems written between 1998 and 2011. Dracula's Dream is currently available in a limited edition of 75, signed and numbered first edition copies, including and original 4 x 6 photograph, 'Transcend'. Approximately 50 copies are available for purchase from The Moving Imagist website, for $10 each.

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A Cute Angle

I love your geometry:

The long leanness of you

The angles you make: unmistakable

The way you inhabit your body, makes me want to share it with you

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