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(1) Zeno Press (4) Writer's Forum | Cobbing & Upton, Word Score Utterance Choreography | Lawrence Upton | intermedia (5) Bob Cobbing | Jackson Mac Low (7) The Poetry Library | Mac Low, Thing of Beauty (8) concrete poetry (9) chance (10) lyric, the lyrical I (11) Mac Low, 'Phone' (12) chance vs 'spontaneous' writing | procedural poetry | found poetry (13) acrostic method (14) PennSound (15) conventional love poetry | unrealistic desire (18) WhatsApp messages (19) technological determinism (20) phatic language (21) structure, theme and variations (22) premises and argument (23) sonic composition vs semantic emphasis (24) visual elements, the page (25) artists' books (26) dialectics, sublation (29) exhaustion | accessibility (30) failure to communicate (31) the other (32) interference (34) performance choices (35) language breakdown | form & content (36) Veronica Forrest-Thomson, Poetic Artifice | surrealism, David Gascoyne | artifice, naturalisation (37) mimesis, the external world, Things (38) abstraction vs figuration (40) performance choices (41) smoker's wheeze (43) negation of self, anattā (44) hope (46) content | voice, subjectivity (47) J. S. Bach, Goldberg Variations (49) premises and argument (50) dialectics, sublation, churn, Karl Marx, contradiction (52) concrete poetry (53) fusional love (54) I hate the relationship between form & content | I'm super interested in the relationship between form & content (55) fitness, meaning (56) vulnerability (57) the other (58) Jacques Lacan, ‘il n’y a pas de rapport sexuel’ (‘there is no such thing as a sexual relationship’) (1969-70 seminar) (1'00) contradiction (1'01) Buddhism, acceptance, dialectics (1'02) making and letting be' (1'03) loving sound (1'06) telling somebody you love them
Jackson Mac Low performing 'Phone' on Public Access Poetry, Jan 1978: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLWujEmqwgM
For more info, see PennSound, http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/PAP.php
EXPLAINER: Poetic Artifice -- w/ Gareth Farmer
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02 SJ Fowler on Edward Lear's 'Cold Are the Crabs'
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