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Poesien overfalder Københavns Universitet

Ret vildt seminar på Københavns Universitet Amager om LITTERATUREN I DET UDVIDEDE FELT (som er det fede felt) her fredag til søndag 6-8 marts – indrammende et uhyrligt radikal poesioplæsning på mahognimatte Gyldendal. På seminaret optræder yngre Hvedekornsdigtere både som oplægsholdere (Alexander Vesterlund, Nicolai Kock) og oplæsere (Daniel Dalgaard (med i nr. 1, 2011), Ursula Scavenius, Caroline Minor), de danske og internationale oplæsere på Gyldendal er lutter stjerner, under programmet er aftrykt digte af Christian Bök (find ham i aktion på youtube!), Charles Bernstein og Caroline Bergvall. Don’t miss!

Literature in the Expanded Field

FRIDAY MAY 6

Dramasalen 21.5.54

9.00-10.30 Textual Transformations

The challenges of literature today: Revolution, evolution or deconstruction of the literary traditions?

Amanda EgeboWhat is a text? – Towards new theories of narratological understanding.” Marie Louise Poulsen “Novel transformations. A historical approach to the possibilities of the novel genre in the digital.”

Charlotte KirketerpFrom author to writer – destructive stategies”

Jenny JohannessenReading the reader reading the text: Exploring the role of the reader in the transitional phase from print to digital text.”

10.30-10.45 BREAK

10.45-11.15: Readings by Daniel Dalgaard, Hanne Viemose.

11.20-12.50 When Literature and Image Meet

Mikkel Damkjær Paaske ”Judging a Book by its Cover.”

Shekufe Tadayoni Heiberg ” Pattern Poetry.”

Marie Nedergaard-Larsen ”Textual and Visual Interplay in Children’s Picture Books.”

Charlotte Sørup Lorenzen ”Picture Books and Avant-Garde.” ,

12.50-13.45 LUNCH

13.45-15.25 Sound Literature and Orality

Ditte Pradsgaard Holm “Tactility as Poetic Meaning?”

Alexander Vesterlund “The Poetics of Orality in “Vi sidder bare her [We're just sitting here]”.”

Jane Rud Pedersen “Orality in Hans Sydow’s Sagnsymfoni [Symphony of Myths].”

15.30-16.30: Readings by Bjørn Rasmussen, Ursula Scavenius, Caroline Minor og Zoltan Ará.

SATURDAY MAY 7.

Dramasalen 21.5.54

9.00-10.45 Reaching out Democratic (im)possibilties of literature in the expanded field

Naja Kirstine Kjærgård Laursen “Word on the street.”

Ulla Ewald Stigel “Homeless readings – the literary debate redistributed.”

Ragnild Lome “Literary expressions on Faceook.”

Signe Nordgaard Andersen “Literature to Go – sms literature”

Anna Eistrup “Reflections on Linguistic Consequences of an Expanded Notion of Literature in the Light of Cultural Politics.”

10.45-11.00 BREAK

11.05-12.45 From the Original Author to the Programmed Machine

Niels Udby Sørensen “The Restrictive Demands of Originality.”

Lærke Rydal Jørgensen ”The Art of Borrowing or the Crime of Stealing.”

Peter Eske Vinum ”Postproduction, Uncreative writing, and the Conceptual Author.”

Nicolai Koch ”Conceptual Writing.”

12.45-13.45 LUNCH

13:45-13.55 Welcome and introduction/ Tania Ørum

13.55-14.25 Charles Lock ”Anne Blonstein: words and letters / the measure of space.”

14.25-14.55 Tania Ørum ”Danish Writers in the Expanded Field”

14.55-15.25 BREAK

15.30-16.30 Charles Bernstein “The Present of the Word”

READINGS

Gyldendal, Klareboderne 2, København K.

19.30- 22:00

Velkomst v/ Tania Ørum

Christian Bök

Ursula Andkjær Olsen

Lars Skinnebach

Charles Bernstein

Cia Rinne

Caroline Bergvall

SUNDAY MAY 8.

Dramasalen 21.5.54

12:00-12.05 – Welcome and introduction/ Tania Ørum

12.10-12.40 – Martin Glaz Serup “Documentary and pseudo-documentary in contemporary postproductive witness literature”

12.40-13.10 – Marianne Ping Huang Radiophonic space/place in print/voice: on Charles Bernstein’s “I’m speaking to you from Princetown, Massachusetts” and Pia Juul’s Radioteatret (2010)”

13.10-13.30 – Martin Larsen “Zoom into the Butterfly Valley – Notes on the Sigma field”.

13.30-14.00 – BREAK

14.00-15.00 – Caroline Bergvall “G/hosting practices: excavations, encounters, the role of writing today”

15.00-16.00 – Christian Bök “The Xenotext” presentation of ongoing work with genetically engineered poem

Christian Bök:
Ten Maps of Sardonic Wit

atoms in space now drift
on a swift and epic storm

soft wind can stir a poem

snow fits an optic dream
into a scant prism of dew

words spin a faint comet

some words in fact paint
two stars of an epic mind

manic words spit on fate

Charles Bernstein:
All the whisky in heaven

Not for all the whisky in heaven
Not for all the flies in Vermont
Not for all the tears in the basement
Not for a million trips to Mars

Not if you paid me in diamonds
Not if you paid me in pearls
Not if you gave me your pinky ring
Not if you gave me your curls

Not for all the fire in hell
Not for all the blue in the sky
Not for an empire of my own
Not even for peace of mind

No, never, I’ll never stop loving you
Not till my heart beats its last
And even then in my words and my songs
I will love you all over again

Caroline Bergvall:
The Not-Tale (Funeral)

The great labour of appearance
served the making of the pyre.
But how
nor how
How also
how they
shal nat be toold
shall not be told.
Nor how the gods
nor how the beestes and the birds
nor how the ground agast
Nor how the fire
first with straw
and then with drye
and then with grene
and then with gold
and then.
Now how a site is laid like this.
Nor what
nor how
nor what she spak, nor what was her desire
Nor what jewels
when the fire
Nor how some threw their
and some their
and their
and cups full of wine and milk
and blood
into the fyr
into the fire
Nor how three times
and three times with
and three times how
and how that
Nor how
nor how
nor how
nor who
I cannot tell
nor can I say
but shortly to the point
I turn
and give my tale an end.

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Forside og billedkunst i Hvedekorn 1 2017: Johanne Østervang. Hvedekorn er støttet af Statens Kunstfond hvedekorn.dk af One Million Monkeys