receipt mountain mimih feature in black noise. it is a book edited by abigail brookes & ayesha kinley and is published by like this press in manchester. you can buy a copy for £5. here:
Black noise /blak nɔɪz/: ‘effectively silence with random noise at some frequencies above 20kHz which is the upper limit of human hearing.’
The Black Noise anthology unites written word and visual art to take a direct look at 21st century life. Black humour, melancholy, absurdity and the uncanny merge to create both invasive and emotive portrayals of modern life, exposing elements of the world that are often overlooked.
The walls of her house are painted like this and like that, with a repetitious code of geometric signs. By tradition, a calabash will be broken on the fourth day after a woman dies, on the path that leads to her [parents] house. All this is represented in the repeated rows of diamond and triangular shapes – fragments of the calabash. The time the dream the time the dream is always and everywhere at the same time. Within the first three years of the movement, the size of the gourds increased and they started moving about and painting the walls of the house and themselves. This story is a beautiful warning sign on a train and it is also about the cataclysmic events leading to the creation of the Everywhen.