“One little dot in trillions of stars. One little dot. It’s all that we’ve got,” said poet and spoken word artist In-Q during a special Fungi Day presentation. His message and representation of human consciousness has never been as urgent as it is now.
Just 2 days after Louie would witness his work projected upon the Vatican in Rome, he would make a statement of Love in Paris at the COP21 UN Climate Change Conference, following an address by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. New York Daily News called it the “We Are the World” of global warming.
IN-Q Talks About Love and New Year’s Kiss IN-Q, which stands for In Question, uses his talent with words to inspire audiences to question what they know about the human experience. We are honored to feature his love poem, Eighty-Five, he wrote for our Gratitude Revealed short film on the subject. GR grabbed a precious […]