Posts Tagged ‘mining’
SMOKEPENNY LYRICHORD HEAVENBRED: 2 ACTS
SMOKEPENNY LYRICHORD HEAVENBRED: 2 ACTS

I’m thrilled that the new Vancouver-based press The Elephants has published extracts from my new and in-progress work on the transnational circuitry of copper as a free downloadable chapbook. The acts in question hail from my libretto produced for performances of SMOKEPENNY LYRICHORD HEAVENBRED; Or, Last year/By constant penetration/Encroaching on the reserve with Judd Morrissey […]

GEOPOETICS WORKSHOP, MILWAUKEE
GEOPOETICS WORKSHOP, MILWAUKEE

The Lynden Sculpture Garden and Woodland Pattern Book Center present Intersite: Geopoetics of the Constructed Landscape and Beyond, a workshop with writer-in-residence Jennifer Scappettone. The workshop is preceded by a reading by Scappettone at Woodland Pattern on Sunday, June 4 at 2 pm, and will culminate in a reading by participants, followed by a reception, […]

LAMENT @ BLOCK MUSEUM
LAMENT @ BLOCK MUSEUM

LAMENT (The Mine Has Been Opened Up Well)—my collaborative mixed-reality performance work in progress with Judd Morrissey and Abraham Avnisan, also featuring sound by Mark Booth and Ted Gordon and sculptural elements by Elena Ailes—will be the opening performance at the Ordinary Media Symposium at Northwestern University’s Block Museum, Thursday, May 18 at 4 pm. […]

COPPER LYRES IN RESIDENCE: TUCSON
COPPER LYRES IN RESIDENCE: TUCSON

I’m delighted to be spending the upcoming break in Tucson & environs for an extended period of further research into the scarring processes of copper extraction, smelting, milling, distribution, disposal and salvage—all the bust & boom of modern and contemporary device-life being somehow driven by this ductile metal and its laborers. The University of Arizona […]


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