Happy Trails!

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A Happy New Year to Y’all! May the force of health & creativity be with you!

        Given our family’s nomadic proclivities, permit us a little résumé of ‘15 & a preview of ‘16 as we are readying ourselves to drive to Boise, ID at dawn on the New Year’s first morning. (We will therefore, sadly, not be able to take part in the 2016 annual Poetry Project Marathon readin’ & eatin’ fest for the first time in many years.)

     2015 started with a late January trip for readings & performances to Israel & Palestine, that took us into February, followed in March by a trip to the West Coast, then in April we were in  Minneapolis and after a few weeks home in Bay Ridge we lit out for two months in Alt Europa, specifically the South of France: Nicole had a show of her artwork in the Galerie Edouard Paradis in Marseilles, then at the May/June cusp a literary festival “Les Eauditives” in Barjol to celebrate the publishing of the French edition of Bi-Valve by Plaine Page, followed in early June by a collaborative performance at the “Jardin des 5 sens et des Formes Premières” in Aix-en-Provence, followed in turn by readings in Paris around the marché de la Poésie. 

      On 30 June we landed back in Nueva York & five days later flew off to Durango, Mexico to the Encuentro Internacional de “Escritores José Revueltas,” to celebrate the publication of Pierre’s Mawqif: Poemas y ensayos (Selected poems & essays). We then happily spent the remainder of the summer here with moult visits to Coney Island beaches.


Above is a 4 minutes résumé of Nicole & Pierre’s summer

    Pierre would fly off to Paris & Luxembourg in early September to get to work on the first of his shows as resident author of the Luxembourg National Theater— a show that premiered in early late October to excellent notices form the Luxembourg media. Meanwhile Nicole had also returned to Europe & we both did readings and talks at the University of Mulhouse, and in late October a joint reading in Toulouse under the aegis of our good friend Serge Pey. It was fun once again reading in the Cave Poésie a place we had worked in many years earlier.

    Nicole had already spent a few weeks in October in Luchon in pre-production of Things Fall Where They Lie a film she then shot during the first ten days of November: an amazing, tiring, inspiring experience with Nicole as director & Pierre as gofer & an excellent team including Steve Dalachinsky & Yuko Otomo, Eric Sarner and Katalin Pataki as protagonists and crew including Asa Westcott, Zia Anger,  Agnès Mathon, Jean-Louis Peyrafitte & in co production with Ecran Sud. While Nicole stayed in Luchon for an extra week to wrap things up, Pierre went off to Paris to be interviewed for a film on Osip Mandelstam & Paul Celan & was thus in that City on Friday 13. We flew back to New York on the 22nd. Also in 2015 Nicole had great the opportunity to perform with Michael Bisio, Connie Crothers, Steve Swell, Jason Hwang, Trio Erms, Denis Brun, Armoire Normande, Yoshiko Chuma. And we are now preparing our 4-months move to Boise Idaho. 

    2016 Preview:  At BSU Nicole will be teaching two courses, on on food and culture called What Do We Eat? Why Do We Eat It? Where Does It Come From? How Do We Cook It? & another one: Poetry Perfromance Practice, while Pierre teaches a grad seminar on poetry & poetics. We have already done out best to surround us with friends: in early February Jerry & Diane Rothenberg will be coming in to go to both our seminars & for Jerry to do a talk & reading; in late March Habib Tengour will come in from Paris for a 2-day conference Pierre is organizing around Arab literature & translation (More details t..b.a.).

    While Nicole will be off to the Coast at some point for performance & readings, Pierre will be doing a talk & reading at the U of Oklahoma in March or April. We will both be performing at The New Orleans Poetry Festival on April 16.

Meanwhile, son Miles, who finished his first feature film, As You Are, in November, on which his brother Joseph is producer & post-production editor, had the film accepted at the Sundance Festival in the US drama section competition. We will drive down to Park City from Boise to witness the premiere on January 25. 

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    During the first week of May we will drive back (the Northern route through the Dakotas) to Nueva York, where after 10 days or so we’ll switch suitcases and then Pierre will be off to Luxembourg for work on the second play, a 3-act drama, that will premiere at the LNT on 14 June, while Nicole will wing it to Luchon where she has a one month one-woman show of her art plus performances June1-30. Après, on verra… Home in Bay Ridge would, we are sure, feel very, very welocme by then. dreaming of Coney Island beaches…

    Don’t worry, the car has been perfectly winterized, fitted out with 4 brand-new Michelin all-weather tires. We will of course keep you updated on the various twists our paths will take in 2016. We are planning to give updates of the road trip on Facebook/Blogs/Instagram….follow us!

   Bona anada, feliz anno nuevo, bonne année, e schei’nt neit Jo’er, a nappy ewe’s ear, & however else you want to say it,

Pierre & Nicole

Videos from July 18th: Champsongs in NYC

 

Thank you to the inspiring audience who came.
Voilà! two extracts of the performance: the beginning & the end with the great Michael Bisio.
Thank you to Pierre Joris for the screen capture.
See you soon for more soon & as they say: Stay tuned!

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Summer schedule

Lots of exciting events here in France & elsewhere.

Opening of the exhibition

WE WERE A VERY POOR JETSET 3

Saturday May 16th :

Philippe TURC, Nicole PEYRAFITTE, Anne KIESECOMS

Exposition collective du 07 mai au 24 juin 2015
Samedi 16 mai 2015 inauguration sur réservation de 11h à 13h
Plus d’informations sur la galerie privée :
OÙ Galerie Paradis
152 rue Paradis 13006 Marseille

L’Association OÙ programme dans sa nouvelle galerie privée OÙ Galerie Paradis
Denis Brun commissaire de “Galerie ÉdOÙard Paradis” (nom donné par D. B.)
et Axelle Galtier directrice de la Galerie vous proposent
Ouvert tous les jours même le dimanche. Passez directement, sonnez à Association OÙ 1er étg, ou téléphonez…T : 06 98 89 03 26

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Saturday May 16 4:00PM- LATE!
ASILE 404 @ 135 rue d’Aubagne, 13006 Marseille, France:
Charlotte Phan – Saturne pas rond #1/Mathias Richard / Juliette Grimaldi / Kino Positive / Nat Yot / L’Armoire Normande  & PJ & NP as guests.

Les EAUDITIVES 2015 / Poésies à la frontale

May 29 @ 4:00 pm6:00 pm
Musée des Gueules Rouges,

Avenue de La Libération, Tourves, 83170 France
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Dominique MASSAUT Belgique Nicole PEYRAFITTE USA, Patrick SIROT
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Free

Les EAUDITIVES 2015 / Lectures

May 30 @ 5:00 pm7:00 pm
Parvis de l’Abbaye,

Place des Ormeaux, La Celle, 83170
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LA CELLES- Parvis de l’abbaye 17h Lectures Pauline CATHERINOT Sylvie NÈVE Nicole PEYRAFITTE, USA
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Les EAUDITIVES 2015 / Débat littéraire

May 31 @ 3:00 pm5:00 pm
Parvis du Centre d’Art Contemporain,

Chemin de La Réparade, Chateauvert, 83670 France
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Parvis du Centre d’Art Contemporain 15h Débat littéraire animé par Maryvonne COLOMBANI, Journaliste à Zibeline Cécile RICHARD, Grand-Arbre Antoine SIMON, Des Finitions Nicole PEYRAFITTE, Bi-Valve Cédric LERIBLE, Giratoires
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Jardin des 5 Sens & des Formes Premières

June 7 @ 7:00 pm11:00 pm
Sunday, June 7    7PM Jardin des 5 Sens & des Formes Premières  Saint-Marc-Jaumegarde  13100 NP Perfdinatoire! Guest artists: Denis Brun & Pierre Joris
RSVP obligatoire!
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Paris Poets Live PJ & NP reading/performance for

June 9 @ 7:30 pm11:00 pm
Berkeley Books of Paris,

8 Rue Casimir-Delavigne, Paris, 75006 France
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PJ & NP reading/performance for Paris Poets Live Series at
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NP & PJ Reading at Paris Lit Up Series

June 11 @ 8:00 pm10:00 pm
Culture Rapide,

108 rue Julian Lacroix, Paris, 75020
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Chez Lily : Centre de Montagne de Germ  

Vendredi June 26 2015 19H
Avec Pierre Joris/ Nicole Peyrafitte & d’autres invités qui seront annoncés très bientot.
Rencontre Performance Surprise

NP & PJ @ Durango, Mexico, Poetry Festival

July 7-11
Durango, Mexico
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Champs/Songs at Cornelia Café w/ Michael Bisio

July 18 @ 6:00 pm7:30 pm
Cornelia Café,

29 Cornelia Street, New York, United States
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Champs/Songs Nicole Peyrafitte w/ Michael Bisio Poetry/Chansons/ Improvisations accross continents & languages with Nicole Peyrafitte nourishing, sensual, campy and scintillating multi-layered vocal range & texts & Michael Bisio extraordinary tonal beauty and intensity of the very personal musical language of his double bass ($15 includes a drink)
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Spring & Early Summer Schedule

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MARSEILLES, BARJOLS, AIX-EN-PROVENCE, PARIS

Our next four months are filled with truly exciting performances, readings, screenings, collaborations, book launches, art shows & we sure are looking forward to see you here or there.
Meanwhile, thank you for your support & happy spring — keep in touch!
Nicole & Pierre

SAN-FRANCISCO
Wednesday, March 18  7PM
Breathturn Into Timestead: The Collected Later Poetry of Paul Celan
with poet-translator Pierre Joris; multimedia by NP.
Event cosponsored by The Poetry Center and City Lights Books
City Lights Booksellers & Publishers
261 Columbus Ave, San Francisco, California 94133
Facebook event page

 Thursday, March 19  4:30PM
PJ & NP reading/performance
The Poetry Center, San Francisco State University
1600 Holloway Ave, San Francisco, California 94132
HUM 512, SFSU, 4:30 pm, free
Facebook event page

OAKLAND
Saturday March 21 2PM
PJ & NP reading/performance
La Commune Cafe and Bookstore
4799 Shattuck Ave, Oakland, California 94609
Facebook event: here

NEW YORK CITY
Thursday April 2   9PM
“Inferno” Reading
PJ takes part in reading of Dante’s Inferno.
Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine
1047 Amsterdam Avenue at 112th Street New York, NY 10025Wednesday  April 15   7PM
Maghrebi Translations Reading
PJ reads North African authors
McNally Jackson Books, 52 Prince Street, New York, NY 10012
MINNEAPOLIS – AWP conference
Thursday  April 9  12:00 – 13:30PM
PJ on panel: Translating Prosody
Minneapolis Convention Center – Room 211 C&D

Thursday, April 9  5-11PM
Rain Taxi 20th Anniversary Bash at Walker Art Center
5-9 PM: Screenings of Basil King:Mirage —film co-directed by Miles Joris-Peyrafitte & Nicole Peyrafitte — every half hour in the Lecture Room, free
(museum entrance free that evening!).
Facebook page event here
Film trailer here
5:30 PM: Book signing by Basil King in the Bazinet Lobby, Free
8:00 PM: NP & PJ part of the Rain Taxi “Greatest Hits” Poetry Reading, in the Walker Cinema, Tickets $10 ($8 Walker members);
book signing in lobby & party to follow
Friday, April 10, 2015   9-10:15AM
PJ moderates panel: Celan and Language: Cross-Cultural Greatness
Room M100 H&I, Mezzanine Level

Friday, April 10 7-9PM
NP & PJ at the Lunar Chandelier group reading
James and Mary Booksellars
250 Third Avenue North. Minneapolis


PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
Thursday, April 23 4:30 PM
PJ Paul Celan talk  -info here
105 Chancellor Green, Princeton, N.J.
followed by Poetry Reading -Room TBA

NEW YORK CITY
Tuesday April 28th 7PM
Arts for Art’s April Evolving Pop-Up
Nicole Peyrafitte / Yoshiko Chuma, dance / Steve Swell, trombone
Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center
107 Suffolk Street, New York 10002
Facebook event: here

Tuesday April 21st 
Pierre Joris & Nicole Peyrafitte
Reading for Centenary of the Armenian Genocide
Holy Cross Church of Armenia, 580 West 187th Street,  New York
Facebook event: here

FRANCE
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May 1-3

NP & PJ —full of quid—will interfere at:
KALMARS ATTAKS SETE
Exhibition-Performance-Conference extraordinaire
Curated by Didier Calleja
Facebook event: here

PROVENCE
May 7- June 24
OÙ Galerie Paradis
Exhibition with Philippe TURC, Nicole PEYRAFITTE, Anne KIESECOMS
Commissariat Denis Brun
152 rue Paradis, 13006 Marseille
Opening / vernissage:  May 16th

May 29, 30 & 31
NP at Festival Les Eauditives en Provence Verte
Barjols 83670
Several performances & launch of French edition of Bi-Valve: Espace Vulvique /Connaissance Vulvique

Sunday, June 7    7PM
Jardin des 5 Sens & des Formes Premières 
Saint-Marc-Jaumegarde  13100
NP Perfdinatoire! Guest artist: Denis Brun

PARIS
Tuesday, June 9    7PM
PJ & NP reading/performance for Paris Poets Live Series at Berkeley Books of Paris
8 Rue Casimir-Delavigne, 75006 Paris – France

IT ALREADY HAPPENED:
Nicole’s performance at The Poetry Project  on Wednesday March 25th 2015: here
Cabaret Hérétique w/ Adrain Cohen at Bowery Poetry & Science on Sunday March 8th, snippet: here
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Poetry Project Performance Documentation 02/25/2015

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This is the documentation of my portion of the soirée at The Poetry Project (NYC-February 25, 2015 ) with Michael Bisio on bass. Thank you Sally Rhodes for the iPhone photos & video capture. The painting was made live without hands, see pictures & videos.

The material presented included:
-Parts of a on-going series started in 2011 called RRM: Remember-Reflect-Mark.
-Sections of a forthcoming book US SCO/APES bilingual edition by French publisher éditions Plaine Page.
-Sections from the Red Carnet -in progress- 
& overall this is the continuation of the work presented in Bi-Valve: the Vulvic Space / Vulvic Knowledge– published by Lori Anderson-Moseman at Stockport Flats this documents 17 texts/ 17 visuals/ 1 recipe & a recording of the material with Michael Bisio .  Thank you Poetry Project!

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Lake Palourde from US SCO/APES

Hemna de Oô from Bi-Valve: Vulvic Space Vulvic Knowledge


Live Painting

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“Un Auròst” January 1 2015 at Poetry Project


Video capture Richard Berger
“Un Auròst” —with Michael Bisio on bass— at Poetry Project New Year’s Day Benefit Reading.

This tri-lingual piece was written with words from three sources. Most come via Maria Blanca (1765-1849), the last aurostaira or professional mourner — a soothsayer, in fact, & even more so a “truth-sayer.” Maria Blanca was from the Vallée d’Aspa in the French Pyrenees. The other words come via Marcabrun (1130-1150), one of the earliest troubadours & finally some are my own.

Heads up!
The full schedule of upcoming events will come up in a few weeks but save the dates for:

Nicole Peyrafitte & Sunnylynn Thibodeaux at The Poetry Project —Wednesday February 25th 8PM —Michael Bisio will be also part of my reading/performance .

& back by popular demand: the Cabaret Hérétique w/ Adrian Cohen on piano on Sunday March 8 8:30PM at Bowery Arts & Science

Happy New Year!

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Have a great 2014 & looking forward to see you TODAY at
The 41st Annual New Year’s Day Marathon Benefit Reading
Thursday, January 1, 2015 2:00 pm to Friday, January 2, 2015 2:00 am
I will be performing between 2-3pm with the great Michael Bisio & stop by for crêpes & soup in the back!

Featuring: Adam Fitzgerald, Adeena Karasick, Alan Felsenthal, Alan Gilbert, Alan Licht, Alex Cuff, Ali Power, Alli Warren, Andrew Durbin, Anne Tardos, Anne Waldman w/ Fast Speaking Music, Anselm Berrigan, Ariel Goldberg, Arlo Quint, Avram Fefer, Beth Gill, Bill Kushner, Billy Cancel, Bob Rosenthal, Brandon Brown, Brendan Lorber, Bruce Andrews & Sally Silvers, CAConrad, Callers, Charity Coleman, Charles Bernstein, Christine Kelly, Cliff Fyman, Cori Kresge, Dan Owen, Danniel Schoonebeek, David Berrigan, David Henderson, David Vogen, Dia Felix, Diana Rickard, Don Yorty, Dorothy Friedman August, Dorthea Lasky, Douglas Rothchild, E. Tracy Grinnell, Ed Friedman, Edgar Oliver, Edmund Berrigan, Eileen Myles, Elinor Nauen, Elizabeth Willis, Erica Hunt & Marty Ehrlich, erica kaufman & Matt Longabucco & Nicole Eisenman, Ernie Brooks, Peter Zummo & Bill Ruyle with Walter Baker & Billy Fica, Evan Kennedy, Farnoosh Fathi, Filip Marinovich, Foamola, Georgia Faust, Gina Myers, Grey Vild, Ian Spencer Bell, Iris Cushing, Jackie Wang, Janet Hamill & Lost Ceilings, Jason Hwang, JD Samson, Jennifer Bartlett, Jess Fiorini, Jim Behrle, Joanna Koetze, Joel Lewis, John Coletti, John Giorno, John Kruth, John Priest, John S. Hall, Jonas Mekas, Joseph Keckler, Justin Vivian Bond, Karen Weiser, Karinne Keithley Syers, Katy Bohinc, Katy Lederer, Kiely Sweatt, Kim Rosenfield, Kristin Prevallet, Laura Henriksen, Lee Ann Brown, Lenny Kaye, luciana achugar, Marcella Durand, Maria Acconci, Mariana Ruiz Firmat, Martha King, Maryam Parhizkar, Matthew Shipp, Mel Elberg, Mike DeCapite, Miriam Atkin, Mónica de la Torre, Morgan Parker, Morgan Vo, Murat Nemet-Nejat, Nat Otting, Nick Hallett, Nicole Peyrafitte, Nicole Wallace, Niv Acosta, Norman MacAfee, Patricia Spears Jones, Penny Arcade, Peter Bogart Johnson, Philip Glass, Pierre Joris, R. Erica Doyle, Rachel Levitksy, Rachel Tractenburg, Ray Brown, Rob Fitterman, Samita Sinha, Sara Jane Stoner, Simon Pettet, Simone White, Siobhan Burke, Steve Dalachinsky, Steve Earle, Steven Taylor, Susan Bee, Tammy Faye Starlite with Steve Earle, Ted Dodson, Thom Donovan, Thomas Sayer Ellis & James Brandon Lewis, Todd Colby, Tom Savage, Tommy Pico, Tony Towle, Tonya Foster, Tracey McTague, Ursula Eagly, Vito Acconci, Will Edmiston, Xena Semjonova, Yoshiko Chuma, Yuko Otomo, Yvonne Meier and others TBA.

The Poetry Project is extremely grateful for the support and generosity of the following donors – who contributed food, beverages, books, and tons of terrific raffle prizes to this year’s Marathon!:

Food: Bob Rosenthal & Don Yorty, Nicole Peyrafitte, Gillian McCain, Tonya Foster, Porto Rico Coffee, S’MAC, Two Boots, Veselka and Grandaisy.

Books: Belladonna*, BlazeVox, BookThug, Brooklyn Arts, Burning Deck, City Lights, Coconut, Coffee House Press, Compline Editions, Cuneiform, Edge, Fewer & Further Press, Granary Books, Hanging Loose Press, Least Weasel, Pressed Wafer, Straw Gate, Susan Mills Artist Books, Tender Buttons, Ugly Duckling Presse, United Artists, Wave, and Wonder.

Raffle Prizes: Anthology Film Archive, BAM, Brooklyn Brainery, Danspace, JACK, Spectacle, Strand Books Store, and Unnameable Books.

The New Year’s Day Marathon is the Project’s central fundraiser and provides income to support what we do best – serve as a public venue for the substantial presentation of innovative writing! For more information on the event see the Marathon section our website, complete with a section called “HOW THE MARATHON IS ORGANIZED.”

Cabaret Hérétique Sunday Nov 16 6PM

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In the tradition of Cabaret Voltaire, Nicole Peyrafitte’s presents :
CABARET HERETIQUE
Sunday November 16 2014 6PM
BOWERY POETRY CLUB

a voco-musico-poetico-comestible performance focused on
100 years of chansons poetry & food!

This is the premiere of a seventy-five minute show where Edith Piaf can rendez-vous with Henri Michaux & Fréhel with Tristan Tzara. Musical director & pianist Adrian Cohen weaves his distinctive touch on piano & synthesizer throughout Nicole’s hairetikós selections. Vintage videos, original works, special guests & complementary delicious sampling of food are on the menu.  

Nicole Peyrafitte: Born in the French Pyrenees. Her texts, voice-work, paintings, videos, & cooking are showcased in a range of multi-lingual & multi-faceted performances, recordings & publications. Her work is informed & characterized by an artistic quest between two continents & four languages. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband, poet Pierre Joris. More info: http://www.nicolepeyrafitte.com/

Adrian Cohen, born in Niagara Falls NY, graduated from the Berklee School of Music in Boston. He opened for artists such as Terence Blanchard, Larry Coryell & K.D.Lang & recently performed with the Charles Neville Quartet at Blue Note in New York. He lives in Brooklyn, NY where he runs a thriving teaching studio. http://www.carrollgardenspiano.com/

With guest readers: Bob Holman, Sophie Malleret, Nada Gordon, Douglas Rothschild, Pierre Joris, Noel Urayoan

Complimentary appetizers by:
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Tickets in Advance $10 here
$15 at the door
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Serge Pey & Chiara Mulas in NYC

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International performance artists
SERGE PEY & CHIARA MULAS in NYC
Events curated by Nicole Peyrafitte & Pierre Joris

Two performances only

Thursday October 16th 7:00 PM (sharp)
at
Emily Harvey Gallery
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Performance
537 Broadway #2, New York, NY 10012
(donation suggested)

Sunday October 19th 3PM
at
RSVP #3 Salon Series
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Interview & Reading
Home of Pierre Joris &Nicole Peyrafitte
(Must RSVP – limited space on first come first serve basis- details provided w/ RSVP )

Chiara Mulas: born 1972 in Gavoi, Sardinia. A graduate of Bologna’s Academy of Fine Arts, she lives and works between France and Sardinia. In her multi-media work, Mulas uses a range of approaches: tableaux vivants, videos, photography, and live actions that create distinctive bonds between areas of, among others, social protest and ancestral myths. At the crossroads of cinéma vérité & fiction, the oneiric dimensions of Mulas’ work relate to societal tragedies. Her work  has been shown & performed across three continents (Quebec, China, Japan, United States, Lebanon, Morocco, Serbia, Israel, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Italy, Belgium, France).

Chiara Mulas : http://chiaramulas.fr

Serge Pey was born in Toulouse in 1950. A nomadic traveler & performance artist, he is also the author of some 40 books & has founded & directed several publishing ventures, such as TRIBU which published among others, Allen Ginsberg, Ernesto Cardinal, Pham Cong Thien, Bernat Manciet & Rafaêl Alberti. He currently directs the CIAM at the University of Toulouse-Mirail were he also teaches Poesie Action. Pey crosses the traditional boundaries between art, shamanism & theoretical thinking in his combining sound poetry, scansions, sticks & other material instruments, installations, happenings & agitprop. His is a truly ethnopoetic practice, to use the term coined by Jerome Rothenberg, a poet Pey is close to. His unique articulation of writing & sound explores the phenomena of ritual language in the oral practice of the poem. He has lived & travelled extensively in the Americas absorbing its culture & history, in a truly Artaudian quest for a visionary art.

more info: http://sergepey.fr

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Jan 1st 2014: 40th Annual New Year’s Day Poetry Project Reading Benefit

We had a great time at the  40th Annual New Year’s Day Poetry Project Reading Benefit.
If you missed it:  click on videos & pix below!
Happy New Year one more time

 

 

 Post by Nicole Peyrafitte Page.