Evie Ward is a poet (b. London, 1993). Her writing addresses synaesthetic response to materials, sound & listening, to technologies of communication the written visual/the written listen, and the statics, tactiles, limits of the written form. She has read-performed internationally and is co-founder of The Experimental Library with Seymour Wright. Among other publications, her poem about the late Cecil Taylor's 'Unit Structures' can be found in Cesura//Acceso journal. Ward is currently studying at The Courtauld Institute of Art, London where she is writing her postgraduate thesis about Moki Cherry’s tapestries.