A review of Locomotrix: Selected Poetry and Prose of Amelia Rosselli by Marco Giovenale appeared in last Thursday’s Il manifesto, one of the precious dailies that covers experimental aesthetics. Read the review as a .pdf on Charles Bernstein’s blog. (And consider making a donation to the newspaper, endangered by the financial crisis!) In the print [...]
The new issue of Abitare contains a LABORATOIRE D’ÉQUILIBRE: poems across English and Italian that respond to the balancing provocations of designer Fanny Dora, by Giulia Niccolai, Laura Pugno, Milli Graffi, Alessandra Carnaroli, and J. Scappettone….
A Roma, sabato 5 maggio, alle ore 22:00 presso l’EX CINEMA PALAZZO – Sala VITTORIO ARRIGONI (Piazza dei Sanniti, a San Lorenzo) Jennifer Scappettone e Difforme Ensemble in USCITA 43 Un’archeologia della discarica e operetta di finestre “pop-up”: Uscita 43 è un lirico punto di fuga dall’incubo della tossicità della vita odierna periferica, da Roma [...]
Our conversation on RAI’s Fahrenheit program: on poetic translation, in anticipation of “Translating Poetry,” an international conference, with Damiano Abeni, and Roberto Deidler.
Upon Thom Donovan’s invitation, my contribution to a discussion surrounding our artistic practices in the wake and current moment of the occupations, at Harriet: on the relation between capital and waste, garbage and exposure, the intimate public sphere.