FROM THE DESK OF LUCY BULL
3.31.19 - 5.1.19
Sunday, March 31st
4 - 7pm
she’s into the essence of things and
we know sometimes that’s NOT fair
some of us don’t know what to do
with FEELINGS like
it's JUST some kind of Craft
she can tell you what it's like
but mostly how well it works
her ass looks/feels HUGE delivering
the paper sometimes
they say thank you
exhausted by the casting
she’ll arrange the representative CHUNKS
the proof is in the puzzle
she’s laughing but
her new name is contagious
how much more DISCREET can she be?
they did just learn tools for blending &
how slow and steady wins the race...
stare at it UNTIL your eyes drop out
this desk this wall this unreal page
the morning dew on my phone
Kayla Ephros (b. 1992, New Jersey) is an artist, poet, and teacher. She received her BFA from the California Institute of the Arts in 2016. Her recent solo exhibitions include Mood Song at Et al. (San Francisco) and Zen Yenta at in lieu (Los Angeles). Her work has been shown in several group exhibitions. Ephros has written two chapbooks; Maple Shade and Never Go To Your Room in the Daytime, from which she has given numerous readings around the country. Ephros is currently a Fellow in the Teaching Artist program at the Armory Center for the Arts. She also is also the creator and co-organizer of the semiannual Interdisciplinary Poetry Workshop at the Kesey Farm. She currently lives and works in Los Angeles.
Kayla Ephros, 2019
Photography by Stephen Aldahl.