Peter Hughes will read at The Other Room on 10th June, 7pm, alongside Amy Cutler and Luke Allan.
I sometimes wrote in Italian, in an exploratory kind of way, just for myself, in notebooks. I didn’t try to publish it. Mainly I contented myself with reading Italian, and sometimes translating from Italian into English.
Read more of this interview with Peter Hughes HERE
And a review of Quite Frankly (Translations of Petrarch’s Sonnets) by Steve Waling HERE
Amy Cutler will read at The Other Room on 10th June, 7pm, alongside Luke Allan and Peter Hughes. Below is an example of her series Suckers.
Read more on Amy’s blog HERE
Luke Allan will read at The Other Room on 10th June, 7pm, alongside Amy Cutler and Peter Hughes. Below is an example of his work – one sandwich from his series ‘eight sandwiches’.
See more at his website HERE
28 March at 19:30. The Apple Tree, 45 Mount Pleasant, Clerkenwell, London, WC1X 0AE.
- Gilbert Adair
- Amy Cutler
- Robert Kiely
POLYproject > 5: LOCATION COMPOSITE #6
A realisation of one of James Saunders’ Location Composites compositions.
Sounds: Sarah Hughes, Kostis Kilymis, Artur Vidal
Words: Andrew Spragg, Amy Cutler, Chris McCabe
Thursday 6 March
The Centre for Creative Collaboration
16 Acton Street, London WC1X 9NG
Free entry, 7pm
Royal Holloway Poetics Research Centre and MA Poetic Practice, Royal Holloway
Supported by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Royal Holloway
January 29, 7 PM at the Daniel Blau Gallery, Hoxton Square, London:
- Sean Bonney
- Amy Cutler
- Joe Luna
- Will Rowe
Catalogue, text, and photographs from the ‘Time, the deer, is in the wood of Hallaig’ exhibition is now online http://timethedeer.wordpress.com/
Land Diagrams is an ongoing series in which commissioned writers respond to the same visual encoding of landscapes. More here.
In June 2013, Amy Cutler will be putting on a free public exhibition called Time, the deer, is in the wood of Hallaig, a line by Scottish poet Sorley Maclean. It will be on the topic of forests, history, and memory, and will range between natural history (specimens and found artefacts), social history (archival texts, photographs, and samples from museum collections), and art (book works, wood works, and installations). The exhibition will take place at a Grade 1 listed belfry in London (E2 9PA), which is also a community art gallery.
The project needs funds to ensure the safety and appropriate display and transport of the objects, which will allow the museums and artists to loan them. You can support the project via Kickstarter.
Land Diagrams is an ongoing series in which commissioned writers respond to the same visual encoding of landscape. See the website for info.
“you are outside, lost somewhere”: Amy Cutler & Dominic Fox. An evening of the divided line: shores & the ground of politics.
15th September, 6.30 PM. Parasol Unit, 14 Wharf Road, London, N1 7RW. £5 (£3 conc). More information incl links and a map: https://sites.google.com/site/intercapillary/