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Ulrike Almut Sandig: Thick of It

The poems of Ulrike Almut Sandig are at once simple and fantastic.

This new collection finds her on her way to imaginary territories. Thick of It charts a journey through two hemispheres to “the center of the world” and navigates a “thicket” that is at once the world, the psyche, and language itself.

The poems explore an urgently urban reality, but that reality is interwoven with references to nightmares, the Bible, fairy tales, and nursery rhymes—all overlaid with a finely tuned longing for a disappearing world. The old names are forgotten, identities fall away; things disappear from the kitchen; everything is sliding away.

Powerful themes emerge, but always mapped onto the local, the fractured individual in “the thick of it” all. This is language at its most crafted and transformative, blisteringly contemporary, but with a kind of austerity, too.

By turns comic, ironic, skeptical, nostalgic, these poems are also profoundly musical, exploiting multiple meanings and stretching syntax, so that the audience is constantly kept guessing, surprised by the next turn in the line.

Titel: Thick of It
Autor: Ulrike Almut Sandig
Sprache: Englisch.
Buch (gebunden)
€ 17,49
YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS ACADEMIC
Distributed for Seagull Books
Translated by Karen Leeder
2018
96 pages
ISBN: 0857425560
EAN: 9780857425560

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Sophie Nauleau: La Poésie à l’épreuve de soi

À la fois récit et manifeste, cet essai dédié à l’ardeur poétique risque à tout propos la première personne du singulier afin de témoigner de cet éblouissement que suscite la lecture d’un poème, et combien cet éblouissement peut perdurer.

Huit brefs chapitres entraînent le lecteur sur les versants de la poésie vécue, celle qui, comme le voulait Rimbaud, change bel et bien la vie. Car il s’agit de sortir des sentiers battus où l’on veut faire croire que les poètes ne sont que des rêveurs plus ou moins solitaires. Ici l’on ose de nouveaux chemins de traverse, toutes époques et contrées confondues, jusqu’à prouver que la poésie, mise à l’épreuve de soi, a pouvoir sur les êtres et sur leur destinée.

Ce récit, cet essai, ce manifeste, d’une tonique originalité quant à l’écriture et aux angles d’attaque, célèbre ainsi un engagement existentiel qui est la liberté même.

Présentation de l’éditeur: A la fois récit et manifeste, cet essai dédié à l’ardeur poétique risque à tout propos la première personne du singulier afin de témoigner de cet éblouissement que suscite la lecture d’un poème, et combien cet éblouissement peut perdurer. Huit brefs chapitres entraînent le lecteur sur les versants de la poésie vécue, celle qui, comme le voulait Rimbaud, change bel et bien la vie. Car il s’agit de sortir des sentiers battus où l’on veut faire croire que les poètes ne sont que des rêveurs plus ou moins solitaires. Ici l’on ose de nouveaux chemins de traverse, toutes époques et contrées confondues, jusqu’à prouver que la poésie, mise à l’épreuve de soi, a pouvoir sur les êtres et sur leur destinée.

Biographie de l’auteur: Née en 1977 à Toulouse, Sophie Nauleau est écrivain. Docteur en littérature française et diplômée de l’Ecole du Louve, elle a produit pour France Culture des documentaires et des émissions régulières. Elle a composé de nombreuses anthologies poétique, et notamment publié La Main d’oublies (Galilée), La Voie de l’écuyer (Actes Sud) et La Vie cavalière (Gallimard). Elle est désormais directrice artistique du Printemps des Poètes.

La Poésie à l’épreuve de soi
Sophie Nauleau
Éditions Actes Sud
Actes Sud Littérature
Poésie
7 Mars, 2018
Langue : Français
Poche: 80 pages
10,0 x 19,0 cm
prix indicatif : 13, 00€
ISBN-10: 2330097417
ISBN-13: 978-2330097417

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41ste editie Uitmarkt van 24 tot 26 augustus 2018 in Amsterdam

De Uitmarkt vindt evenals vorig jaar plaats rond het Oosterdok en het Marineterrein Amsterdam. Traditiegetrouw in het laatste weekend van augustus, dit jaar van vrijdag 24 tot en met zondag 26 augustus. Gedurende deze drie dagen zijn er op zo’n 25 podia circa 300 optredens te bewonderen, met op zondagavond de populaire Musical Sing a Long als afsluiter.


De Uitmarkt vormt de start van het culturele seizoen. Het laat bezoekers proeven van het diverse culturele aanbod dat Nederland te bieden heeft. Door het succes van de afgelopen editie heeft Stichting Uitmarkt ervoor gekozen om de Uitmarkt 2018 wederom op en rond het Oosterdok te laten plaatsvinden. Met toegang tot onder andere het Scheepvaartmuseum, NEMO Science Museum en het Marineterrein Amsterdam heeft deze locatie de bezoeker veel variatie te bieden.

Meer nog dan vorig jaar, door de uitbreiding met een extra stuk terrein. Het Scheepvaartmuseum vormt opnieuw het prachtige decor van het hoofdpodium.

‘Bezoekers hebben vorig jaar enthousiast gereageerd op de nieuwe locatie. Dit in combinatie met de goede infrastructurele voorzieningen, was voor ons reden genoeg om dit gebied opnieuw in te richten voor de 41 ste editie van de Uitmarkt’, zegt Jan de Rooij, voorzitter Stichting Uitmarkt.

Bezoekers van de Uitmarkt krijgen een gratis voorproefje van wat er in het seizoen 2018-2019 in de theaters, musea en concertzalen te beleven is. Artiesten vanuit het hele land en van verschillende genres zijn aanwezig. Naast de gevestigde orde is er ook volop ruimte voor nieuwkomers. Bijvoorbeeld in de Remix Area waar urban talent uit de verschillende Amsterdamse stadsdelen zich presenteren of de jonge theatermakers op het Fringe podium.

# Meer informatie over het programma op website www.uitmarkt.nl

41ste editie van de Uitmarkt – hét startsein van het Nederlandse culturele seizoen – vindt plaats rond het Oosterdok en op het Marineterrein Amsterdam van 24 tot 26 augustus 2018.

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Debut collection of poems from Zaffar Kunial

Original, touching and much-anticipated first collection from star of the Faber New Poets scheme.

 

Zaffar Kunial was born in Birmingham and lives in Hebden Bridge.

He published a pamphlet in the Faber New Poets series in 2014 and spent that year as the Wordsworth Trust Poet-in-Residence.

Since his first public reading, of ‘Hill Speak’ at the 2011 National Poetry Competition awards, he has spoken at various literature festivals and in programmes for BBC radio, and won the Geoffrey Dearmer Prize for his poem ‘The Word’.

 

Us (Faber New Poets)
by Zaffar Kunial (Author)
Paperback
5 Jul 2018
Paperback: 64 pages
Publisher: Faber & Faber
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0571337651
ISBN-13: 978-0571337651
Dimensions: 195 x 135 x 10 mm
Publisher: Faber & Faber

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Emily Brontë: A Death-scene

 

A Death-scene

“O day! he cannot die
When thou so fair art shining!
O Sun, in such a glorious sky,
So tranquilly declining;

He cannot leave thee now,
While fresh west winds are blowing,
And all around his youthful brow
Thy cheerful light is glowing!

Edward, awake, awake–
The golden evening gleams
Warm and bright on Arden’s lake–
Arouse thee from thy dreams!

Beside thee, on my knee,
My dearest friend, I pray
That thou, to cross the eternal sea,
Wouldst yet one hour delay:

I hear its billows roar–
I see them foaming high;
But no glimpse of a further shore
Has blest my straining eye.

Believe not what they urge
Of Eden isles beyond;
Turn back, from that tempestuous surge,
To thy own native land.

It is not death, but pain
That struggles in thy breast–
Nay, rally, Edward, rouse again;
I cannot let thee rest!”

One long look, that sore reproved me
For the woe I could not bear–
One mute look of suffering moved me
To repent my useless prayer:

And, with sudden check, the heaving
Of distraction passed away;
Not a sign of further grieving
Stirred my soul that awful day.

Paled, at length, the sweet sun setting;
Sunk to peace the twilight breeze:
Summer dews fell softly, wetting
Glen, and glade, and silent trees.

Then his eyes began to weary,
Weighed beneath a mortal sleep;
And their orbs grew strangely dreary,
Clouded, even as they would weep.

But they wept not, but they changed not,
Never moved, and never closed;
Troubled still, and still they ranged not–
Wandered not, nor yet reposed!

So I knew that he was dying–
Stooped, and raised his languid head;
Felt no breath, and heard no sighing,
So I knew that he was dead.

Emily Brontë
(1818-1848)
poetry

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Rick Warner: Godard and the Essay Film. A Form That Thinks

Godard and the Essay Film offers a history and analysis of the essay film, one of the most significant forms of intellectual filmmaking since the end of World War II. Warner incisively reconsiders the defining traits and legacies of this still-evolving genre through a groundbreaking examination of the vast and formidable oeuvre of Jean-Luc Godard.

The essay film has often been understood by scholars as an eccentric development within documentary, but Warner shows how an essayistic process of thinking can materialize just as potently within narrative fiction films, through self-critical investigations into the aesthetic, political, and philosophical resources of the medium.

Studying examples by Godard and other directors, such as Orson Welles, Chris Marker, Agnès Varda, and Harun Farocki, Warner elaborates a fresh account of essayistic reflection that turns on the imaginative, constructive role of the viewer.

Through fine-grained analyses, this book contributes the most nuanced description yet of the relational interface between viewer and screen in the context of the essay film. Shedding new light on Godard’s work, from the 1960s to the 2010s, in film, television, video, and digital stereoscopy, Warner distills an understanding of essayistic cinema as a shared exercise of critical rumination and perceptual discovery.

Rick Warner is an assistant professor of film in the Department of English and Comparative Literature at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

Godard and the Essay Film
A Form That Thinks
Rick Warner

Publication Date: July 2018
Categories: Film
Page Count: 288 pages
Size 6 x 9
Northwestern University Press
Cloth Text – $99.95
ISBN 978-0-8101-3738-7
Paper Text – $34.95
ISBN 978-0-8101-3737-0

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Designed in the USSR: 1950 -1989

A fascinating glimpse into design behind the Iron Curtain, revealed through the products and graphics of everyday Soviet life

This captivating survey of Soviet design from 1950 to 1989 features more than 350 items from the Moscow Design Museum’s unique collection.

From children’s toys, homewares, and fashion to posters, electronics, and space-race ephemera, each object reveals something of life in a planned economy during a fascinating time in Russia’s history.

Organized into three chapters – Citizen, State, and World – the book is a micro-to-macro tour of the functional, kitsch, politicized, and often avant-garde designs from this largely undocumented period.

Designed in the USSR: 1950-1989
Moscow Design Museum
Publisher: Phaidon Press
April 2018
Editions: Hardback
Language: English
Price: €34.95
Format: Hardback
Size: 270 x 205 mm
Pages: 240 pp
Illustrations: 350 illustrations
ISBN-10: 0714875570
ISBN-13: 978-0714875576

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The Illegal Age by Ellen Hinsey

Ellen Hinsey’s new book-length sequence, The Illegal Age, is a powerful investigation into the twentieth-century’s dark legacy of totalitarianism and the rise of political illegality.

It explores the enduring potential for human beings to set neighbour against neighbour and commit final acts of violence. A book of lyrical reflection and prophesy, The Illegal Age chronicles the arrival of a new, disquieting reality unfolding in our midst.

As Marilyn Hacker has written, “In dialogue with Celan, Szymborska, Milosz… this is a daring text – for its political acuity, and for its demonstration of the power in poetry to recount, remember, move the heart while opening the mind.”

Written in parallel with her first-hand research into the rise of authoritarianism carried out over the last decade, Hinsey’s volume warns that – rather than an “Age of Anxiety” – we may indeed be facing the start of the “Illegal Age”.

Ellen Hinsey was born in 1960 in Boston, Massachusetts. For the last two decades she has lived in Europe. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Tufts University and a graduate degree from Université de Paris VII. She has taught at the French graduate school the Ecole Polytechnique and currently teaches at Skidmore College s Paris program. She is the international correspondent for The New England Review.

Hinsey’s work is concerned with history, ethics and democracy. Her first-hand accounts and analyses of the impact of the 2012 Russian presidential elections, the 2010 Polish presidential plane crash, Hungarian politics, Václav Havel’s ethical legacy and post-1989 German reconstruction have been published in The New England Review. A selection of these essays are included in her book <ik>Mastering the Past: Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe and the Rise of Illiberalism (Telos Press, 2017). Her current work addresses global authoritarianism.

Hinsey’s first book, Cities of Memory, draws on her experiences at the Berlin Wall on the weekend of November 9, 1989, as well as in Prague during the Velvet Revolution. The book received the Yale Series Award and was published by Yale University Press in 1996. Her second book, The White Fire of Time (Wesleyan University Press, 2002 / Bloodaxe Books, 2003), written after a family tragedy, is an exploration of ethics and renewal.

Later, you will realize that compromise is the wood that burns
Most brightly in the hour before regret.
But by then, all the doors will have been marked in yellow chalk.
Still, let us not pass each other this final time, without recognition,
Without looking each other in the eye.
Remember: in the ink-light of testimony, a record may still be kept.

Ellen Hinsey (fragment)

The Illegal Age
by Ellen Hinsey (Author)
PBS Autumn Choice 2018
Publisher: Arc Publicationas
July 2018
120 pages
Language: English
ISBN-10: 191146938X
ISBN-13: 978-1911469384
Product Dimensions: 15 x 2.2 x 21 cm
Hardcover £13.99
Paperback £10.99

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Rachel Feder: Harvester of Hearts. Motherhood under the Sign of Frankenstein

In the period between 1815 and 1820, Mary Shelley wrote her most famous novel, Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus, as well as its companion piece, Mathilda, a tragic incest narrative that was confiscated by her father, William Godwin, and left unpublished until 1959. She also gave birth to four—and lost three—children.

In this hybrid text, Rachel Feder interprets Frankenstein and Mathilda within a series of provocative frameworks including Shelley’s experiences of motherhood and maternal loss, twentieth-century feminists’ interests in and attachments to Mary Shelley, and the critic’s own experiences of pregnancy, childbirth, and motherhood.

Harvester of Hearts explores how Mary Shelley’s exchanges with her children—in utero, in birth, in life, and in death—infuse her literary creations. Drawing on the archives of feminist scholarship, Feder theorizes “elective affinities,” a term she borrows from Goethe to interrogate how the personal attachments of literary critics shape our sense of literary history.

Feder blurs the distinctions between intellectual, bodily, literary, and personal history, reanimating the classical feminist discourse on Frankenstein by stepping into the frame.

The result—at once an experimental book of literary criticism, a performative foray into feminist praxis, and a deeply personal lyric essay—not only locates Mary Shelley’s monsters within the folds of maternal identity but also illuminates the connections between the literary and the quotidian.

Rachel Feder is an assistant professor of English and literary arts at the University of Denver. Her scholarly and creative work has appeared in a range of publications including ELH, Studies in Romanticism, and a poetry chapbook from dancing girl press.

Rachel Feder (Author)
Harvester of Hearts
Motherhood under the Sign of Frankenstein
Cloth Text – $99.95
ISBN 978-0-8101-3753-0
Paper Text – $34.95
ISBN 978-0-8101-3752-3
August 2018
Women’s Studies
Literary Criticism
152 pages
Northwestern University Press

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Hybrids 2018. Een expositie van Lustwarande Tilburg

Programma 2018 Lustwarande
26 mei – 23 september

In 2018 presenteert Lustwarande het volgende programma:

Hybrids, een expositie over de zogeheten post-internet generatie, die een artistiek vocabulaire ontwikkelt dat zeer hybride van aard is, en Brief Encounters ‘18, momenten van event sculpture die op twee middagen plaatsvinden, in mei en in september.

Voor 2018 staat ook de publicatie Sculpture in the Anthropocene gepland, die de exposities Luster (2016), Disruption (2017) en Hybrids bundelt en contextualiseert.

Hybrids focust op een generatie jonge kunstenaars, vaak aangeduid als post-internet, die de allesomvattende, digitale en beeldverzadigde wereld als uitgangspunt voor hun werk nemen. Dit resulteert in een beeldtaal die zeer hybride is.

H y b r i d s
23 juni – 23 september 2018
tien post-internet kunstenaars

Neïl Beloufa (FR)
Giulia Cenci (IT)
Simon Denny (NZ)
Oliver Laric (AU)
Sarah Pichlkostner (AU)
Timur Si-Qin (DE)
Evita Vasiljeva (LV)
Raphaela Vogel (DE)
Anne de Vries (NL)
Dan Walwin (GB)

Curatoren: Chris Driessen en David Jablonowski

B r i e f   E n c o u n t e r s
26 mei & 16 september 2018

Onder de titel Brief Encounters vinden er jaarlijks een aantal event sculptures plaats, vormen van sculptuur die in tijd begrensd zijn. De duur van een werk kan variëren van een paar minuten tot enkele maanden. Deze focus op event sculpture vloeit voort uit de toenemende aandacht voor in tijd begrensde kunst.

# Meer info op website fundament foundations

Lustwarande 2018
park De Oude Warande
Bredaseweg 441 – Tilburg

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Avant-garde in Groningen. De Ploeg 1918-1928

In deze grote overzichtstentoonstelling maken we kennis met het spannende culturele klimaat in Groningen aan het begin van de 20ste eeuw: de periode waarbinnen De Ploeg is ontstaan.

Het museum laat ruim honderd werken zien, waaronder schilderijen, tekeningen, drukwerk en grafiek van Ploegleden zoals Jan Wiegers, Johan Dijkstra en Jan Altink. In contrast met werk van coryfeeën zoals Jozef Israëls, H.W. Mesdag, Otto Eerelman en tijdgenoten. Het toont hoe de ‘jonge wilden’ zich losmaakten van de toenmalige gevestigde orde. Daarnaast is er aandacht voor het werk van Ernst Ludwig Kirchner en Vincent van Gogh, die beiden van groot belang zijn geweest voor de schilderkunstige ontwikkeling binnen De Ploeg.

Avant-garde in Groningen. De Ploeg 1918-1928
100 jaar De Ploeg
Nog t/m 04 november 2018
Groninger museum, Museumeiland 1, 9711 ME Groningen
http://www.groningermuseum.nl

 

Het ontstaan van De Ploeg in 1918
Kunstkring De Ploeg ontstond in juni 1918 als reactie op de “Tentoonstelling van werk van Groningsche Kunstenaars” in het Kunstlievend Genootschap Pictura. Hierbij was een groot aantal jonge kunstenaars niet uitgenodigd. Voor schilders zoals Jan Wiegers, Jan Altink en Johan Dijkstra was het duidelijk dat de negentiende-eeuwse schilderkunstige idealen afgeschud moesten worden. Zij zochten aansluiting bij meer contemporaine ontwikkelingen in de beeldende kunst. Het toeval zou hen daarbij een handje helpen. Jan Wiegers die gedurende een gezondheidskuur in Davos (1920-1921) in Zwitserland bevriend was geraakt met Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, introduceerde in Groningen een schilderkunst, die verwant is aan het Duitse expressionisme.

 

Publicatie bij de tentoonstelling
Bij de tentoonstelling is het boek Avant- garde in Groningen. De Ploeg 1918-1928 verschenen, waarin niet alleen het ontstaan maar ook de voorgeschiedenis van De Ploeg aan bod komt.
De publicatie komt tot stand vanuit een samenwerking van het Groninger Museum met de Stichting 100 jaar De Ploeg en WBOOKS. Het boek verscheen tijdens de Boekenweek in maart 2018.

 

Avant-garde in Groningen- De Ploeg 1918-1928
Auteurs: Anneke de Vries, Doeke Sijens, Egge Knol, Han Steenbruggen, Henk van Os, Jikke van der Spek, Kees van der Ploeg, Mariëtta Jansen, Mieke van der Wal, Peter Vroege
€ 29,95
ISBN 9789462582484
Aantal pagina’s 272
Illustraties ca 350 afbeeldingen
Formaat 24,5 x 31 cm
Uitvoering Gebonden
Taal Nederlands
2018
Uitg. W-Books
In samenwerking met Groninger Museum & Stichting 100 jaar De Ploeg

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Useless Magic. Lyrics and Poetry by Florence Welch

Lyrics and never-before-seen poetry and sketches from the iconic musician of Florence and the Machine

Songs can be incredibly prophetic, like subconscious warnings or messages to myself, but I often don’t know what I’m trying to say till years later.

Or a prediction comes true and I couldn’t do anything to stop it, so it seems like a kind of useless magic.

Since forming Florence + The Machine in 2007, Florence Welch has written three albums, Lungs, Ceremonials, and How Big How Blue How Beautiful, all of which have been chart toppers all over the world, and she has been nominated and has won numerous international awards.

Useless Magic
Lyrics and Poetry
By Florence Welch
Hardcover
Publ. Jul 10, 2018
288 Pages
$35.00
Published by Crown Archetype
ISBN 9780525577157

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