Just days away from the opening night of the Enemies: visual art & avant garde poetry exhibition at the Hardy tree gallery, http://hardytreegallery.com please find below updated listings for all seven of the events, and here, a trailer for the show:
All events are free to attend, and open to the public, as it were. All take place at the Hardy Tree gallery itself - 119 Pancras Road, London, NW1 1UN. All start at 7.30pm. The exhibition runs July 6th to 20th 2013, with the space open for viewing 12-6pm on July 7th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 18th, 19th, 20th.
July Saturday 6th – Exhibition opening night:
readings from Iain Sinclair, Ragnhildur Johanns, SJ Fowler - performances from Ben Morris & Marcus Slease, a super8 screening from David Kelly, and interactive asemic writing.
July Monday 8th – Voice art
Celebrating the non-lingual in poetry / avant garde music / sound art, sonic landscapes without technological assistance, experimentation in unpure human sound - performances from Dylan Nyoukis, Ben Morris, Adam Bohman, Holly Pester, SJ Fowler, Emma Bennett & more, finishing with an ensemble soundwork.
July Thursday 11th – Mini-lecture Poetics
Short, informal, aberrant talks given by contemporary British experimental poets – Peter Jaeger on John Cage & Buddhism, Tim Atkins on London poetry in the 90s, Marcus Slease on travelling poetics, Chris McCabe on Collaborating with the dead, James Wilkes on Cognitive Neuroscience & poetry & more on the night
July Saturday 13th – ‘Dear world & everyone in it’
Readings from the groundbreaking anthology, published by Bloodaxe and edited Nathan Hamilton, featuring Fabian MacPherson, Ahren Warner, Stephen Emmerson, Amy Evans, Becky Cremin, Andy Spragg, Emily Hasler, Sarah Kelly, Ben Stainton & more.
July Monday 15th – The Contemporary Poetics Research Centre
A rare academic entity, the CPRC, based in Birkbeck College, University of London is a hub for avant garde poets featuring Dan O’Donnell, Ollie Evans, Mendoza, Dan Eltingham, Albert Pellicer, James Wilkes, Vicky Sparrow, Mark Jackson & more
July Thursday 18th – P.O.W.
Edited by Antonio Carvalho, P.O.W. is a publishing project reigniting the great global tradition of concrete poetry. Readings from Simon Barraclough, Chrissy Williams, Pascal O’Loughlin, as well as other readings including Ryan Van Winkle & others.
July Saturday 20th – Closing night: a celebration of art writing
Brand new performances and artworks from Tom Jenks, Claire Potter, Tamarin Norwood & a host of collaborative performances from poets / artists involved in the Enemies project.