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Allen Fisher Double Launch @ BBK (Friday, 05 December 2014)
Reading, and double launch
The CPRC Birkbeck welcomes Allen Fisher.
Friday 5th December 2014
7:30pm, Keynes Library, School of Arts building, 43 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0PD.
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All welcome – free entry
Featuring the launch of two Allen Fisher Veer Books: the new editon of Defamiliarising ______________* , as well as the brand newSPUTTOR
A busy 2014 summer period from The Other Room and also the beginnings of a winter programme for your diaries.
4th June 7.00 @ The Castle, Oldham Street, Manchester with Leanne Bridgewater, Allen Fisher, Agnes Lehoczky & David Miller
15th June 3.30 @ Bank Street Arts, Sheffield: The Other Room presents The Other Room as part of The Midsummer Festival (Scott Thurston, James Davies & Tom Jenks)
2nd July 7.00 @ The Castle, Oldham Street, Manchester with Hazel Smith&Roger Dean and Clive&Robin Fencott
13th August 7.00 @ The Castle, Oldham Street, Manchester with Gareth Twose, Mick Weller & Alison Gibb
15th October 7.00 @ The Castle, Oldham Street, Manchester with Emma Cocker, Matt Falaize & Ulli Freer
Allen Fisher will perform at the next Other Room on Wednesday, 4th June at The Castle Hotel, 66 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 1LE. 7 PM start, with Leanne Bridgewater, Agnes Lehoczky and David Miller. Free entry. This film shows Allen performing a collaborative piece with Philip Terry at the third Camarade event in 2012. See Allen’s website for more.
Allen Fisher is a poet and painter, art historian and publisher. He has authored 150 publications of poetry, graphic work and commentary. He edits Spanner and co-edits Aloes Books. He worked with Fluxus peformance art in the 1970s. His visual work is held at the Tate Collection, King’s College London and Living Museum Iceland, as well as in many private collections.
Tuesday, 18 June: 7.00 at the Daniel Blau Gallery, Hoxton Square, London E: Amid the Ruins. Kristen Kreider & James Leary, Allen Fisher, Becky Cremin and Stephen Willey. FREE
Wednesday, 19 June: 6.00 at the University of London Senate House: Contemporary Innovative Poetry Research Seminar. Richard Parker: ‘Ezra Pound: Belated Modernism and objectivist Verse’. All Welcome.