Preview of Vanessa Place for Monday 26th September’s event at The International Anthony Burgess Foundation (more details in middle column). Also up are Mick Beck & Alan Halsey (performing Hugo Ball poems) and Phil Hall.
Page at Penn Sound – http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Place.php
Review of Notes on Conceptualism at Transveral Inflections – http://tinyurl.com/33jqkhg
Some taster links for Phil Hall who reads on Monday September 26th at The International Anthony Burgess Foundation, Manchester (see middle column for more details). Other performers are Vanessa Place and Mick Beck & Alan Halsey (performing Hugo Ball poems)
INTERVIEW ABOUT HIS POETRY At OPEN BOOK TORONTO – http://tinyurl.com/y82m22a
SOME POEMS IN JACKET – http://tinyurl.com/3k9vq5l
A reading by Vanessa PlaceSaturday, Sept 24th – 6.30pm
32 Tavistock Square, WC1Free, Open to all
The reading forms part of the first ‘Conceptual Gestures’ event organised by Carol Watts and Edmund Hardy at Birkbeck’s Contemporary Poetics Research Centre
Alan Halsey will perform some Hugo Ball poems at the next Other Room event alongside Mick Beck, Monday 26th September, at The International Anthony Burgess Foundation (more deatils in the middle column). Also performing Vanessa Place and Phil Hall. Some of Alan’s recent work with sound is his involvement with the anti-choir Juxtavoices.
Here’s a clip:
Mick Beck will perform Hugo Ball poems alongside Alan Halsey at the next Other Room, Monday 26th September at The International Burgess Foundation (more details in the middle column of this website). Other performers are Vanessa Place and Phil Hall. Here are two clips:
With the Squarepusher jazz trio
Gig at Mick’s house
The London Art Book Fair takes place 23rd-25th September at The Whitechapel Art Gallery.
Events include a discussion by Kenneth Goldsmith & Craig Dworkin alongside a performance by Vanessa Place.
A full programme can be found at http://www.whitechapelgallery.org/exhibitions/the-london-art-book-fair-2011/events
“What is poetry? Poetry is that which is not not poetry.
Poetry sans signifier, poetry after the end of poetry. ”
Read the full interview with Edmund Hardy at “Intercapillary Space”.