Posts Tagged ‘enormity’
VENICE IN TOKYO
VENICE IN TOKYO

I’m thrilled to be giving a lecture on Venice in another archipelago, one inhabited a couple of decades back—at Hitotsubashi University, hosted by Professor Mayumo Inoue, with respondents Ryosuke Yamazaki and Akiko Ichikawa. July 14, 2016, a Thursday, in the afternoon.

MATERIALITY OF POETRY IN THE AGE OF DIGITAL REPRODUCTION
MATERIALITY OF POETRY IN THE AGE OF DIGITAL REPRODUCTION

My fourth text for Harriet: The Blog, “Aeolian Harping: Materiality of Poetry in the Age of Digital Reproduction & Ecoprecarity,” is the beginning of a new project on rethinking the supposed dematerialization of the art object, and the supposed greenness of our current communicative channels: “What species of political and ethical complicity must we reckon […]

OCCUPY POETICS
OCCUPY POETICS

Occupy Poetics click above to read this free chapbook curated by Thom Donovan for Essay Press! In Occupy Poetics, Thom Donovan collects a series of responses to the Occupy movement to observe how aesthetics and politics might intersect— with Brian Ang, Steve Benson, Ana Božičević, David Brazil, Brandon Brown, David Buuck, Anelise Chen, Stephen Collis, […]

WUHO INSTITUTE OPEN LABS: FINISSAGE
WUHO INSTITUTE OPEN LABS: FINISSAGE

For the summer of 2015, the WUHO Gallery on Hollywood Boulevard has been transformed by the Institute into an open laboratory. Work on emerging spatial environments has generated salons, workshops, performances, and rituals by residents, rogue scientists, and radical philologists. See the outcomes and their byproducts on the last night of Open Laboratories: The Grand […]

DESCRIPTION OF THE WORLD, TURIN
DESCRIPTION OF THE WORLD, TURIN

Descrizione del mondo/Description of the World: This collective installation (in Turin this summer and online) was an untimely provocation in the Nietzschean sense of the Unzeitgemässe. We were asked by curator/editor Andrea Inglese to submit three pieces: one page of a book, one manual intervention on a piece of paper, one photographic image. I made […]

SALVAGE SERIES: ALEXANDER/SKINNER
SALVAGE SERIES: ALEXANDER/SKINNER

Please join us for Communication in the Seismic Channel featuring WILL ALEXANDER AND JONATHAN SKINNER Thursday, July 23 7 pm WUHO Gallery 6518 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028 Located between Wilcox Ave. and Schrader Blvd. Hollywood & Highland is the nearest metro stop on the Red Line http://wuho.architecture.woodbury.edu/ As “price of admission,” the public […]

TRANSLATION & POLITICS FORUM/BAP BLOG
TRANSLATION & POLITICS FORUM/BAP BLOG

It was fantastic to have the chance to think through this forum on contemporary translation and politics with such admired colleagues and comrades in translation and translation-based practices. I only wish we’d been able to have this conversation in person! (It was so fast, it was almost like speaking…) With Sandra Simonds, who organized it; […]

OPEN LABORATORIES ON HOLLYWOOD BLVD.
OPEN LABORATORIES ON HOLLYWOOD BLVD.

please join us for the launch of the INSTITUTE SUMMER SESSIONS: OPEN LABORATORIES at WUHO’s Spatial Research Facility SATURDAY, MAY 9 7-9 PM 6518 Hollywood Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90028 http://wuho.architecture.woodbury.edu For the summer of 2015, the WUHO Gallery on Hollywood Boulevard is being transformed into an open laboratory. Work on emerging spatial environments will […]

A NEURAL NET (ECOPOETICAL)
A NEURAL NET (ECOPOETICAL)

So there’s this chapbook/keyword manifesto/ecopoetical souvenir, A Neural Net, collectively assembled by Rachel Levitsky & Ira Livingston (OoRS), Jen Hofer (ANTENA), David Buuck (BARGE), and Jennifer Scappettone, Kathy Westwater, & Seung-Jae Lee (discussing a 2011 iteration of PARK) for the Ecopoetics Conference roundtable on “Ground Scores: Unburying Ecologies Through Embodied Practice,” convened at the University […]

ECOPOETICS @ BERKELEY
ECOPOETICS @ BERKELEY

The term ecopoetics has become increasingly important to scholars and poets alike. It is certainly a critical moment for the field and practice. Please join us in February for a three-day conference that will focus specifically on exploring ecopoetics, taking up such questions as: What is ecopoetics? What representational strategies and sociopolitical commitments might characterize […]

WILL YOU EAT YOUR STOCKS AND BONDS?
WILL YOU EAT YOUR STOCKS AND BONDS?

Was a refrain of the magnificent 3-hour study in labor and the stars, digitality and dust, pre- and re-cession at the Defibrillator Gallery by Judd Morrissey and Mark Jeffery earlier this week.

INSIDE THE CLAUDIAN AQUEDUCT (AL CELIO)
INSIDE THE CLAUDIAN AQUEDUCT (AL CELIO)

Of St. John de Matha, founder of the Trinitarians: the aqueduct hermitage where he lived and died, on 17 December 1213, atop the Caelian hill, over the Arch of Dolabella, looks out onto San Tommaso in Formis, the Villa Celimontana, and the other tall curves of the Acqua Claudia, or Claudian Aqueduct—and the seemingly interminable, […]

ENORMITY
ENORMITY

Just as climate change had become less “hot” in the news cycle, as poet/journalist Jules Boykoff points out, the question of the relation between global warming and seismic activity rerears its head, demanding to be addressed as the fossil-fuel club gets ready to lambast anyone suggesting we’ve tipped any balance whatever.


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