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Published: Monday 13th of September 2010
Flow: the Free Word Festival is sure to be an entertaining event, packed with workshops, seminars, talks by poets and authors.
The literary festival will be featuring ground-breaking work such as the Redaction Painting by Jenny Holzer. These pieces are the perfect blend of art and literature, which saw Ms Holzer interpreting heavily censored government documents directly onto silk screen and painted linen.
Visitors will also be given the unique opportunity to participate in a human crossword organised by Wordia.com - those interested will be able to come up with their own clues that will then be brought to life using video tools.
London is also hosting the one of its kind Illumini Event that allows people to access old, forgotten theatre venues in the capital.
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Posted by Samantha Reed
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