Thomas Poeschel

Thomas left home to travel overland from Spain to India in the 70s, studied anthropology and archaeology, and has been an experimental filmmaker and finally became a writer. His main topics are “Champagne and Tyranny” (aka Art and Politics), Dance, Exile, DADA. He keeps on travelling, despite the plague. His favourite Beat poets are Amiri Baraka and Brion Gysin. He is now trying to bring it all together.