poetry off the page
Julie Carr and K. J. Holmes perform the writing/dance collaboration This is where we are (or take arms against a sea of troubles), an excerpt as part of the 2012 Poetry Off the Page Symposium.
At the Poetry Center's May 2012 Poetry Off the Page Symposium, Christine Hume presents a performance of audio documentary poetics, merging recorded sound with live narration. This recording includes a question and answer session with Claudia Rankine and Cecilia Vicuña, who performed along with Hume at the Poetry Off the Page Sonic Lens night.
Cecilia Vicuña presents an improvisatory oral performance in response to space and time as part of the Poetry Center's 2012 Poetry Off the Page Symposium. This recording includes a question and answer session with Claudia Rankine and Christine Hume, who performed along with Vicuña at the Poetry Off the Page Sonic Lens night.
As part of the May 2012 Poetry Off the Page Symposium, Poetry Center librarian Wendy Burk delivers a gallery talk on Artistexts, an exhibit guest-curated by Johanna Drucker.
Danielle Vogel reads from lyric essays describing the genesis of her ceramic architecture exhibit Narrative Nests, presented at the Poetry Center's May 2012 Poetry Off the Page Symposium. One of these essays appears in Narrative & Nest: Pre-Natal Architectures & Narrative Rituals (2012).
Cecilia Vicuña delivers an improvisatory talk about her performance and installation work at the Poetry Off the Page Symposium, focusing on Indigenous views of poetry as completely integrated into space, time, sound, and matter.
Joshua Marie Wilkinson concludes the 2012 Poetry Off the Page Symposium with remarks that playfully remix the performances, panels, and conversations taking place throughout the symposium weekend.
Ander Monson discusses the labyrinth, both physical and digital, and the potential for participation and subversion within online commercial spaces. This talk is excerpted from Monson's workshop at the 2012 Poetry Off the Page Symposium.
At the 2012 Poetry Off the Page Symposium, Douglas Kearney discusses and performs poems from several collections that engage typography, image, sampling, and physical power.
At the 2012 Poetry Off the Page Symposium, Black Took Collective presents a multimedia performance exploring interrogations of a Black unconscious, using written and aural language, sound, video, and image.
At the 2012 Poetry Off the Page Symposium, Elizabeth Frankie Rollins moderates a panel discussion with Julie Carr, Duriel E. Harris, K. J. Holmes, Douglas Kearney, Dawn Lundy Martin, Julie Ezelle Patton, and Ronaldo V. Wilson.
At the 2012 Poetry Off the Page Symposium, Noah Saterstrom moderates a panel discussion on digital publishing and self-publishing with Brent Cunningham, Ander Monson, and Dan Waber.
Dan Waber presents a macro and micro view of "off the pageness" at the Poetry Center's 2012 Poetry Off the Page Symposium. In the macro view, Pecha Kucha Tucson, Waber offers 60 slides representing 60 different ways to make poetry off the page. In the micro view, he closely reads intersections between the textual and the visual.