Continuing the day’s focus on spoken word, poet Patricia Spears Jones and violinist Jason Kao Hwang were scheduled for an interlude with their Time and Vision project. Jones’s poetry is influenced by the Nuyorican poetry scene as well as international modernism and the Négritude movement. What’s more, there was also an echo of the Beat Generation and the works of Walt Whitman. Her words were meaningful and gripping, she found a poetical way to comment on the social situation of these days by countering precise everyday-life miniatures with images of flowers in the Brooklyn Botanical Garden, for example. Hwang accompanied her with empathic music, sometimes angular, sometimes beautiful. - Martin Schray, The Free Jazz Collective  Read at the Free Jazz Blog