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Poetry Bombing With Agustina Woodgate for O, Miami (Video)

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Graffiti: The art of marking a surface to convey a message. Poetry: The echoes of the sound of your synapse relays crackling.

Combine the two and you've got poetry bombing, the method Agustina Woodgate is using to realize her project for the O, Miami poetry festival.

For the past month, the artist has been sewing verse by Sylvia Plath and Li Po into jackets, pants, and dresses on thrift store shelves all over the county. We caught up with her at Flamingo Plaza in Hialeah to document her work. Check out the video.

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