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COUNTER-SIGNALS: HIEROGLYPHS
COUNTER-SIGNALS: HIEROGLYPHS

Hieroglyphs of the Anti-commodity Counter-Signals 2 Fall 2017 – Winter 2018 Edited by Jack Henrie Fisher Published by Other Forms Buy Jack Henrie Fisher Editorial — Alan Moore Edit deAk (1950–2017) — Chris Reeves Alloturgies in the Annex: Something Else Press and the Fluxus Mode of Production — Lucy Mulroney Self-woven, Self-shod, and Self-liberated — […]

THE “CLOUD”‘S MATERIAL RAIN
THE "CLOUD"'S MATERIAL RAIN

Copper Lyres and Pennies from Heaven: The Material Rain of the ‘Cloud’ A talk at UC Santa Barbara Tuesday, October 10, 2017 3:30 pm Sankey Room What material ecologies are we tapping into when we commit the apparently ethereal acts of streaming a how-to video or uploading broadcasts of banal and precious moments to the cloud? […]

SAVAGENESS (Veins embraced in the property)
SAVAGENESS (Veins embraced in the property)

Please join us for the latest iteration of SMOKEPENNY LYRICHORD HEAVENBRED, presented in conjunction with the Chicago Architecture Biennial: Jennifer Scappettone—Judd Morrissey—Abraham Avnisan @ 6018North SAVAGENESS, or There are veins embraced in the property September 30, 2017 // 6-9 PM (cocktails at 6 PM, performance at 7 PM) 6018 N. Kenmore Ave, Chicago, IL This mixed reality […]

@ CHICAGO ARCHITECTURE BIENNIAL
@ CHICAGO ARCHITECTURE BIENNIAL

Save the date for our mixed reality collaboration in mining architecture–w/ Judd Morrissey and @abrahamavnisan. Sat 9/30 6 pm, 6018|North, Chicago (Architecture Biennial). #mixedrealitypoetics #copperlyres #materialityofthedigital #poetryofarchitecture (at 6018NORTH) http://chicagoarchitecturebiennial.org/calendar/savageness-or-there-are-veins-embraced-in-the-property/

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. […]

MENACING ARCHIVES
MENACING ARCHIVES

Soundless gratitude to Orchid Tierney for “Menacing Archives,” her thoughtful engagement with The Republic of Exit 43 at Jacket2, which offers an interpretation of collage as a ragpicking ecology, and leads readers across the sprawl of this site-[un]specific documentation of environmental injustice. “What kind of pastoral, then, is the hazardous waste site? How to make […]

BROKEN CHORUS TALK AT ST. MARK’S
BROKEN CHORUS TALK AT ST. MARK'S

New York, New York, East Village still alive despite!: on Monday night I will attempt to talk within your hood about the possibility of fashioning a collective text of resistance in the face of the new authoritarianisms and the legacy of brutalized networks of solidarity. Provisional title: To Breach the Walls of the Republic: Harvesting […]

BROOKLYN BOUND, FRIDAY
BROOKLYN BOUND, FRIDAY

…in many senses: I’m happy to read at last in the borough where The Republic of Exit 43 was first conceived, this Friday, April 21 at 7 pm, in DUMBO at the precious outpost of Berl’s Brooklyn Poetry Shop. Many thanks to Jared White and Farrah Field for hosting, in NYC’s only poetry-focused bookshop. I’ll […]

IMPROVISATION: PHILOSOPHY & PRAXIS
IMPROVISATION: PHILOSOPHY & PRAXIS

I’m really pleased to be leading a session on creative writing and improvisation as part of a two-day workshop at the Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry curated by Fabian Goppelsröder, this April 14 and 15. We will be making up genres as the radio dial slides, spontaneously interpreting lines of poesy, piecing together wasted […]

EXIT 43 GOES TO PDX
EXIT 43 GOES TO PDX

Delighted to be reading, alongside Brandi Katherine Herrera, from my new book in Portland next Sunday! Please join us at the Switch Reading Series: Sunday, March 12, 2017 3/25 Scappettone & Herrera 7 p.m. @ IPRC Switch No. 38 presents Jennifer Scappettone from Chicago and Portland’s own Brandi Katherine Herrera Where: IPRC, 1001 SE Division, […]

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 […]

UPCOMING READINGS
UPCOMING READINGS

The Republic of Exit 43 is slowly making its way across the continent this spring. Here’s the schedule thus far: Segue Series, NYC, Saturday, February 11 POG, Tucson, Tuesday, March 21 University of Arizona, Tucson, Wednesday, March 22 Switch Reading Series, IPRC, Portland, OR, Saturday, March 25 Seminary Co-op, in conversation with Lauren Berlant, Chicago, […]


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