"Eila Kivikk'aho (1921–2004) is the most lyrical of these poetesses. Words and nature in unison, visual and auditive worlds as a united entity participating in the birth of the poems. Especially important is her collection Away from the Meadow (1951). In this CD she is represented with the poem "Generations" from the collection The Flock (1961). War water has filled trenches and a steel helmet left in the field... AGF has chosen the first part of Kivikk'aho's poem; can the young generation conquer the elder one, overrun by the war? Can you win the defeated one? The principle of defeat (varying Ernst Bloch's "Das Prinzip Niederlage") is repeated from generation to generation and perhaps by AGF's radical interpretation also dragged into the 21st century in the light of environmental rethinking."
Kari Sallama (Doctor of Philosophy, Fellow for literature, University of Oulu; Fellow for didactics of literature, University of Helsinki; President of the Association of Finno-Ugric Literatures; specialist in Ethnofuturism and Finno-Ugric literatures; poet and essayist)
a collection of videos published around the work of AGF, Antye Greie, the poetess, poemproducer 
David Lynch - Love him or hate him, you'll LOVE this spoof "HOW TO MAKE A DAVID LYNCH FILM" vimeo.com/24779505