Phono-poetry…get your swarf here… Live event on 30 August 2013 in Brighton, UK at the Nightingale Theatre… Featuring Redell Olsen, Holly Pester and Jeff Hilson – plus some other phonographic treats, including poems from the Mass Observation Archive and Aleksander Kolkowski whose archive Phonographies includes many contemporary musicians and sound artists, all recorded on wax […]
AMID THE RUINS RHUL POETICS RESEARCH CENTRE PRESENTS: 22 May Redell Olsen / Nisha Ramayya / Gavin Selerie / Lydia White 18 June Allen Fisher / Kristen Kreider & James O’Leary / Stephen Willey 51 HOXTON SQUARE / LONDON N1 6BP / DANIEL BLAU GALLERY 7 pm ALL WELCOME
Cambridge Reading Series: 02.05.13 Thursday 19:00, 2 May 2013 Judith E Wilson Studio, Faculty of English 9, West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DP MAGGIE O’SULLIVAN / REDELL OLSEN / CAITLÍN DOHERTY / ROWAN EVANS WINE + BOOKS + INTERVAL
Two recent books from members of the Institute have been published in the USA and are now available: Redell Olsen’s Punk Faun (Subpress, 2012), and Drew Milne’s equipollence (the song cave, 2012): Copies of Punk Faun, 115 pp., are available from SPD, Amazon, and Drew Milne’s website: http://drewmilne.tripod.com Copies of equipollence, chapbook published in a […]
Here at the Institute we very much admire Tom Raworth’s book Writing. Written in the 1970s and published by The Figures, Berkeley, California in 1982, the book is seminal both as a poetic text and as an instance of stylish book publishing. Reprints of the text, as in the version in Tom Raworth’s Collected Poems (Manchester: […]
Members of the Institute will be performing in central London at the Runnymede Literary Festival, Saturday, March 23rd, 2013. It is expected that younger members of the institute will frolic in the vicinity. 1.0 – 2.00: Simon Smith, Adrian Clarke, S.J. Fowler 2.00 – 3.00: Redell Olsen, Drew Milne, Stephen Mooney 3.15 – 4.15: Jennie […]
Pussy Riot Solidarity Night in Cambridge Judith E Wilson Drama Studio, University of Cambridge Faculty of English 9 West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DP 7.45 pm, Wednesday 21st November. All welcome. A night of poetry readings and brief performances in solidarity with Pussy Riot, to coincide with solidarity nights across the UK and in conjunction with […]
What is Field? Michael Pisaro and the Poetics of Geo-sound Speaker: Michael Pisaro Respondents: Paul Bavister, Drew Milne, Carol WattsMonday 12 November, Centre for Creative Collaboration, 7pm Presented by the Contemporary Poetics Research Centre, Royal Holloway University of London This event is an exploration of the intersection of composition, text and field recording. American composer […]
Alloa Poetry Jamboree. Curated by John Goodby. 2 – 4 November, and featuring Tom Leonard, Lila Matsumoto, Peter Manson, Drew Milne, Bill Herbert, Andrew Duncan, Jim Ferguson, Donny O’Rourke, Kathleen Jamie, Dorothy Alexander, nick-e melville, David Kinloch, Samantha Walton, Frank Kuppner, Gerry Loose and Jennifer Williams. Read all about it here: http://digitalpages.digitalissue.co.uk/?userpath=00000082/00019241/00079273/ or through here: […]
Documentation of recent readings, performances, film poems and reading in Paris
POLYply 21 > 7 pm October 11th. C4cc. 16 Acton Street. Kings Cross. London.
CATECHISM: POEMS FOR PUSSY RIOT, edited by Mark Burnhope, Sarah Crewe & Sophie Mayer Members of the Institute of Electric Crinolines featured in Poems for Pussy Riot. Download it here!
Thursday 27 September, 7:30pm @ galerie Jérôme Poggi: Redell Olsen and Charles Robinson Redell OLSEN et Charles ROBINSON Le jeudi 27 septembre à 19h30 GALERIE JÉRÔME POGGI + OBJET DE PRODUCTION 115/117, rue La Fayette – 75010 Paris – Tél. : + 33 (0)9 51 02 51 88 M° Gare du Nord ou Poissonnière – Parking Vinci rue […]
As if the wealth of superficial analogies were not sufficiently dazzling anecdotal material for confirmed cultural materialists, the final insult to injury is added by the discovery that this myth of nuns and fossils makes its sorry way into Walter Scott’s scandalously underpowered long poem Marmion(1806): When Whitby’s nuns exalting told, Of thousand snakes, each […]
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. […]