Anguesângue by Daniel Lima
kuš! mono #10, May 2023
What unites the band Faint Spirit, a rented room on the 3rd floor, a soliloquy for an invisible audience, a hidden inquirer, a visit at dusk in November and a neighbor who is there to spy on us when we leave? Eugénio, a guest who doesn't find consolation in not believing in ghosts. Anguesângue is a three-chapter adaptation of the short stories Unhappiness and On Parables by Franz Kafka.
Daniel Lima (*1971, Angola) lives and works in Lisbon, Portugal. He's a visual artist who builds neurotic narratives without precedents nor consequences based on our collective imaginary. He's a professor in the Illustration and Comics department at the Ar.Co art school in Lisbon.
"Daniel Lima has composed an alluring, spooky tune to the lyrics of Franz Kafka. Sing along... if you dare." - Peter Kuper
Format: A5 (6" x 8"), 68 pages, full-color, perfect bound. Printed in Latvia on FSC certified paper.
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