Line poems combine performance poetry with drawing in a way that has been rarely seen (if any at all) before. A line poem consists in a sequence of words and drawings that behave like actors giving reply to each other. A drawing is performed, then spoken words, then a new drawing and so on, all in a cursive and captivating flow. Drawings and words influence and play with each other, in the very moment of being delivered. Another way of understanding line poetry is: the experiment of literally talking to a drawing.