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Arrivals at The Institute: Robert Hampson / Crater Press

At The Institute we were very pleased to be sent a copy of Robert Hampson’s new publication ‘Out of Sight’ from the lovely Crater Press. The artificial highs of Robert Hampson’s noir on overload are given the appearance of having been captured as if only in passing by R. Parker’s elegant design of the page. […]

News of Research at the Institute: GENEALOGY OF THE CRINOLINE … ‘Accusation of Superficial Analogies’

More critical members of the Institute have been quick to point out, however, that this is at best merely suggestive, at worst a superficial analogy (see previous post). One especially powerful argument discussed by our researchers in the Institute is the view that the crinoline’s resistance to representation is different in kind from that of […]

or make a cape

You Could Always Make a Cape?

 

ammonite

News of Research at the Institute: ‘GENEALOGY OF THE CRINOLINE’

News update on our progress towards completion of a fully spiralling vision of the genealogy of the crinoline. Fig. 1 ‘Steel Cage Crinoline’ Our small research group have been struggling to assemble organic forms comparable to the nineteenth century metallic crinoline, with a view to disproving the claim that there is something inherently modern about […]

Back at Work at The Institute

 

Poets & Critics @ Paris Est 2011-2013: Sept. 27 & 28, Redell Olsen at Université Paris Est Créteil

Poets & Critics @ Paris Est 2011-2013: Sept. 27 & 28, Redell Olsen at Université Paris Est Créteil.

Institute of Electric Crinolines at Play

Just For The Record… not another hermeneutic circle

Still Seeking Approval?

From who exactly?

Still Possible?

Weekend At the Institute

Make Worms Mummy, Make Worms…

Shrimp

Inspired by events on holiday, younger members of the Institute record sights on a visit to The Zoology Museum in Cambridge.

Institute of Electric Crinolines on Holiday: coo cow cowpers

The FPC 9 volume has arrived in Paris!

The FPC 9 volume has arrived in Paris!

Including: Drew Milne, “Preface to the Critique of Pure Poetry” and Redell Olsen, “The matter of cloven-poetics or, even the title against itself”.