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We breathe, then we don't. We are, then we are not. Dark, despairing, wry, comical -- suprising, Vulpe's Insult to the Brain engages with the great and not-so-great poets of the last century to ask as only a poet can: What does it mean to die? What does it mean to be human?

"The Wall Street boys checked themselves in to the loony bin,/ they're out there on the lawn now,/ rolling joints and giggling at the clouds/ and the coloured bits they pulled from their phones …"
Insult to the Brain

Nicola Vulpe
Insult to the Brain
The Dog Who Ate the Vegetable Garden & Helped Save the Planet
Rivers Applaud Forever
Swinging Between Water and Stone
A Voluntary Crucifixion
The Oulipo Challenge
Downtown Flirt
Revolt/ Compassion: Six Scripts for Contemporary Performance
Seeker: A Sea Odyssey
Rosemary Bluebell
Falconi's Tractor
Dead Voices