The Writing of Carolee Schneemann at The Poetry Project NYC

The Writing of Carolee Schneemann at The Poetry Project NYC

Join us at The Poetry Project, Thursday, October 10 | 8 PM for a celebration of her writing!
With readings by Zohra Atash, Lilah Dougherty, Judy Hussie-TaylorPierre JorisDavid Levi-Strauss, Meredith Monk, Nicole PeyrafitteGeorge QuashaJerome Rothenberg, Cecilia VicuñaAnne Waldman.

Carolee Schneemann was a writer and artist of intimacy — bloody, feline, mortal, ancient, and tender. Her understanding of intimacy or union included the weaving of written and uttered language, movement and gesture, and the visual register of images throughout her art-making practice. And it also extended to the way she lived, in close friendship with many poets, forming community with fellow writers, artists, and makers across a number of scenes, circles, disciplines, challenging and inspiring and turning on her friends and collaborators. In a 1975 letter Carolee Schneemann wrote to a male friend attempting to explain gender and art to her, “I BELONG TO NATURE NOT TO THESE ARTIFACTS YOU CHOOSE. I AM ELECTRICAL VULVIC BOLT IN TIME.” 

Her work — simultaneously provocative, unsettling, defiant, romantic, and magnetic — has often been critically understood through sensuality and the body. While this uncompromising embodiment is crucial, in her writing we find guiding notes and framing toward a more expansive engagement with her project, always moving towards the reckoning pleasure of liberation. The writing, like her work across other mediums, is always intense, precise, rigorous, with her psychic and political senses attuned through her vision to a guiltless, boundless freedom. 

 

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Steve Dalachinsky has departed

Steve Dalachinsky has departed

It is impossible to wrap my head around Steve’s departure. I met Steve and Yuko at an Art opening for Mary Beach in the early 2000.  When I permanently moved to NYC in 2007, they were incredibly supportive. They took me around and Steve got me several readings &  introduced me to a lot of great music & musiciens.

When I asked them to be part of my film Thing Fall Where They Lie along with Eric Sarner & Katalin Pataki, they were once again totally supportive. We shot for one week. These two pairs of artists had never met each other and their backgrounds were four different countries and four different mother-tongues. What was supposed to be some sort of historical portrait of Bagnères-de-Luchon, my hometown in the French Pyrenees, became an exercise in poetic drift through their personal  stories. They all fell in love with each other, they shared love for jazz and poetry — their sensitivities coupled with a joyous curiosity took over. For seven days, shooting in cinéma vérité style, I followed them in the once upon a time glamorous spa where we all re-imagined the lives of a famous jazz violinist and of Karl Marx’s grandson, both buried in Bagnères-de-Luchon. 

Steve was inexhaustibly funny, smart, bringing so much to the group dynamic of group — & yes! He was happy for a full week! I personally never saw him so consistently happy for one full week.  I spent countless hours editing the film, and it truly was a joy, I loved looking at Steve on the screen, his soft gaze, his pursing lips, his deambulations….

We have not lost Steve, he departed before us.  Thank you for being you, Steve, and to you Yuko, be strong! We need you! Much much love and we hug you tight.

I am so blessed to have known you, Steve: you enriched and brought much joy to my life. I love you forever.

Film Trailer:
https://vimeo.com/261864528

Steve’s last reading — shortly before the massive brain hemorrhage. He transitioned at 5:04 next morning:

New York Times obit

Art Forum obit

 

 

Lori Anderson Moseman & Nicole Peyrafitte at Berl’s Poetry Brooklyn

Lori Anderson Moseman & Nicole Peyrafitte at Berl’s Poetry Brooklyn

I am delighted to share this event with my long time art-sister Lori Anderson-Moseman.
We both have recent books out and we will launch them together!
Lori’s book : Y (The Operating System, 2019)
& mine is : Landsc0pe (Plaine Page, 2018)
reading at Berl’s Poetry Brooklyn
Thursday March 14 2018 @ 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

About us:
Image result for lori anderson mosemanLori Anderson Moseman’s poetry collections include Y, (The Operating System, 2019), Light Each Pause (Spuyten Duyvil, 2017), Flash Mob (Spuyten Duyvil, 2016), All Steel (Flim Forum Press, 2012), Temporary Bunk (Swank Books, 2009), Persona (Swank Books, 2003), and Cultivating Excess (The Eighth Mountain Press, 1992). Her collection DARN is forthcoming from Delete Press in 2019. Her collaboration with book artist Karen Pava Randall, Full Quiver, is available from Propolis Press. Her collaborations with artist Sheila Goloborokto are featured in Talon Review v.2 n.1 and Dusie 17: The Ecopoethos Issue. A former educator, she ran the press Stockport Flats from 2006-2016. See: www.loriandersonmoseman.com

Nicole Peyrafitte is a Pyrenean-born pluridisciplinary artist whose writings, films/videos, paintings & voice-work draw on her eclectic background & the experiences of shaping identity across two continents and four languages. Latest books & projects: Landsc0pe (Plaine Page 2018) Bi-Valve, Vulvic Space | Vulvic Knowledge (Plaine Page 2016) Carnets 1 & 2 ( RedFox Press 2016-2019) Liminal Thread (Venternier 2017). In 2018 she completed Things Fall Where They Lie, an impro-cinéma-vérité documentary film. In 2017, she created Domopoetic Works, a three-tier exhibition of art- and video-works at the Galerie Simoncini in Luxembourg, with her husband & often-times collaborator Pierre Joris. They reside in Brooklyn. More at: www.nicolepeyrafitte.com

Fall 2018 Events + Summer pix & videos +

Fall 2018 Events + Summer pix & videos +
From “Carnet 2,” Nicole Peyrafitte, Redfoxpress (Ireland), August 2018
The summer is winding down & we sure had a busy & productive one (see details below).
We are looking forward to reconnect with you all & we have events & books coming out !
Meanwhile wishing you a beautiful fall.
Nicole & Pierre
EVENTS:

SEPTEMBER:
Pierre Joris 
Tuesday, September 11 | 7:30 pm-8:45 pm
Not Invisible Today: Winners of PEN Translation Prizes
WORD Bookstore, 126 Franklin St. Brooklyn, NY 11222
Meet the translators behind prize-winning translations. Sponsored by PEN America’s Translation Committee and moderated by Committee member Jonathan Cohen, this program showcases three translators talking about translation and reading from their works. We will hear from Pierre Joris, 2005 Poetry in Translation Award winner for Lightduress (Paul Celan); Tess Lewis, 2017 PEN Translation Prize winner for her translation from German of Angel of Oblivion (Maja Haderlap); and Sandra Smith, 2007 PEN Translation Prize winner for Suite Française (Irène Némirovsky). 

Nicole Peyrafitte 
Friday, September 21  5-7pm 
Book signing CARNET 2 (Redfoxpress, Ireland)
NY Art Book Fair  @ MoMA PS1
22-25 Jackson Ave, Long Island City, NY 11101
also available online / en vente ici

Pierre Joris 
Thursday, September 20 7:30 pm
With Pierre’s Words
UAlbany Performing Arts Center, 1400 Washington Ave, Albany, NY 12222
Pierre & the Ellen Sinopoli Dance Company perform ”With Pierre’s Words” with music composed by Joel Chadabi, as part of the College of Arts and Sciences 25th anniversary celebration.

Pierre Joris
Sunday, September 30 7-9 pm
Reading for International Translation Day
KGB Bar, 85 East 4th St NYC 10003
Pierre Joris reads extracts from his translation of Safaa Fathy’s “Revolution goes through Walls”(SplitlevelTexts 2018).

OCTOBER:
Pierre Joris & Richard Sieburth
Monday, October 1, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
The Imagination of Henri Michaux
Albertine bookstore, 972 5th Ave, New York, NY 10075
Join Richard Sieburth & Pierre Joris as they discuss Sieburth‘s new translation of Henri Michaux’s “A Certain Plume” (NYRB).

Pierre Joris
Thursday, October 4 – Friday, October 5 
Symposium on “Ethnopoetics”
UCSD, 9500 Gilman Dr, La Jolla, CA 92093
Details to be announced.

Joris/Peyrafitte & …
Saturday, October 20   4pm
Poetry & music in tribute to Gerrit Lansing
The Lace Mill, 165 Cornell St, Kingston, NY 12401
with Michael Bisio, bass
Don Byrd, Pierre Joris, Robert Kelly, Chuck Stein, George Quasha, Tamas Panitz, T. Urayoan Noel

NOVEMBER:
Nicole Peyrafitte
Wednesday, November 14   8pm
Trickster Feminism with Anne Waldman & Friends
The Poetry Project, New York
This event will highlight Anne Waldman’s new book Trickster Feminism, Penguin, 2018. With musicians, vocalists: Fast Speaking Music (Devin Brahja Waldman and Ambrose Bye) with special guests: Melanie Dyer, Janice Lowe, Thurston Moore, and the premiere of a short video “Crepuscular” by No Land, 2018.

NEW PUBLICATIONS:

Nicole Peyrafitte:
LANDSC0PEÉditions Plaine Page, June 2018
U.S book release TBA / disponible chez votre libraire et/ou en vente ici
CARNET 2, an artist book by Redfoxpress, Ireland, August 2018.
also available online / en vente ici

Pierre Joris:
Stations d’al-Hallaj, translated by Habib Tengour, Apic Editions, Algiers, 2018
Safaa Fathy, Revolution Goes Through Wallstranslated by Pierre Joris with Safaa Fathy, SplitLevel, 2018

Forthcoming later this year:
Adonis & Pierre Joris: Conversations in the Pyrenees, Contra Mundum Press, 2018
Paul Celan, Microliths (Posthumous prose) translated by Pierre Joris, attem-verlag, 2018

DOCUMENTATION OF SUMMER
click for full photo & more videos gallery

Video sample:




Pierre Joris at Black Mountain Ghost Jam  May 2018.
Pierre Joris, with Nicole Peyrafitte and Camilla Nelson. Filmed by Penny Hallas with iphone-recorded soundtrack by Sarah Rhys. Projected films by Penny Hallas, projected still images arranged by Allen Fisher. Recorded sounds by Lyndon Davies. 

Radio interviews:
Pierre Joris interviewé Catherine Farhi  Enregistré à Sète le jeudi 27 juillet 
Nicole Peyrafitte & Seyhmus Dagtekin sur Radio Lenga d’Oc interview Bruno Cécillon
Enregistré à Sète le jeudi 26 juillet 

8 DAYS / 16 READINGS in Sète, France-Occitanie

8 DAYS / 16 READINGS  in Sète, France-Occitanie

From July 20-28 2018

16 readings in 8 days @
Festival Les Voix Vives de Méditerranée

Details below for Nicole, but both Pierre Joris & Nicole Peyrafitte will present daily performance/readings
Full schedule programme here/ : here/ici

VENDREDI 20 JUILLET
SOIREE D’OUVERTURE

SAMEDI 21 JUILLET
15H-16H
VOIX À VOIR :POÉSIE SONORE ET VISUELLE
HALLES DE SÈTE, PARVIS RUE GAMBETTA • PLAN 24
Nicole Peyrafitte
Présentation : Antoine Simon

18H-19H
POÉSIE ET OCCITANIE
LA POÉSIE EN OCCITANIE, LECTURE / DÉBAT
HALLES DE SÈTE,
PARVIS RUE GAMBETTA • PLAN 24
Nicole Peyrafitte
Présentation : Dominique Aussenac

DIMANCHE 22 JUILLET
15H-16H
Rencontre d’un poète avec les enfants.
Nicole Peyrafitte
Animation : Nicole Drano-Stamberg
POÉSIE POUR JEUNE PUBLIC : LECTURE, JEUX, ANIMATIONS
IMPASSE BROUILLONNET • PLAN 9

19H30-20H30
MUSIQUE ET POÉSIE A CAPRICCIO
LECTURE POÉTIQUE ET MUSICALE
PLAGE DU MÔLE SAINT-LOUIS • PLAN 33
Aleš Mustar (SLOVÉNIE), Nicole Peyrafitte (FRANCE)
Azeddine Montassere, OUD Présentation : Aymen Hacen

LUNDI 23 JUILLET
10H-13H
TOUTES VOILES DEHORS
LECTURE EN MER À BORD DU VOILIER LE LAISSE DIRE
DÉPART BOUT DU MÔLE SAINT-LOUIS, BASE ÉRIC TABARLY • PLAN 35
Tarif bateau 20€ (réservation conseillée auprès du Bureau du Festival). En collaboration avec l’association Cap au large.
Nicole Peyrafitte
Coordination : Jean-Pierre Louvel.

16H30-17H
ÉCHAPPÉE POÉTIQUE
POÉSIE / PERFORMANCE
RUE GAMBETTA
(PARTIE PIÉTONNE 1) • PLAN 21
Dans la librairie L’Échappée belle. Nicole Peyrafitte
Présentation : Claudio Pozzani

MARDI 24 JUILLET
18H-19H
PERF ET FRACAS
PERFORMANCE POÉSIE SONORE ET VISUELLE
COUR ÉCOLE PAUL BERT,
ANGLE RUE VILLEFRANCHE – RUE DU MAS ROUSSON • PLAN 7
Nicole Peyrafitte
Coordination : Daniel Cardona

MERCREDI 25 JUILLET
11H30-12H
POÉSIE DE PLEIN FOUET : POÉSIE SONORE ET VISUELLE
RUE GAMBETTA
(PARTIE PIÉTONNE 2) • PLAN 22
Nicole Peyrafitte
Présentation : Frank Smith

17H-18H
POESIE HORS CHAMPS
Rue Garenne
(Terrassé du Bar du Plâteau) Plan 3
Nicole Peyrafitte
Présentation : Frank Smith

JEUDI 26 JUILLET
15H-17H
DE VOIX EN VOIX
PLACE DU LIVRE
(PLACE DU POUFFRE) • PLAN 1
De jour en jour se succèdent tous les poètes invités au Festival.
Caroline Boidé (FRANCE), Seyhmus Dagtekin (KURDISTAN/TURQUIE), Nicole Drano-Stamberg (FRANCE), Emad Fouad (ÉGYPTE), Colette Gibelin (FRANCE), Nicole Peyrafitte (FRANCE), Agron Tufa (ALBANIE) Présentation : Josyane De Jesus-Bergey

VENDREDI 27 JUILLET
11H-12H
CORRESPONDANCES : LECTURE/DÉBAT
ESPACE JEAN VILAR, 2BIS RUE ALSACE LORRAINE • PLAN 25
Quel même élan nourrit des poésies très différentes
Daniel Maximin (FRANCE / GUADELOUPE),
NicolePeyrafitte
Présentation : Antoine Simon

19H-20H
LECTURE & SIGNES
Trou de Poupou -impasse Canilhac- Plan 17
Présentation Marion Blondel

SAMEDI 28 JUILLET
11H-12H
POESIE EN VOIX ET EN MUSIQUE
Aymen Hacen (Tunisie)
Nicole Peyrafitte
Nicolas Grosso (Banjo Ukelelé
Présentation: Jean Poncet
at “Cul de Boeuf”
Ecole de Joute de la Marine Plan 31

15H-16H
ONDES POÉTIQUES
RENCONTRES RADIOPHONIQUES EN PUBLIC
RUE GARENNE (TERRASSE DU BAR DU PLATEAU) • PLAN 3
RADIO LENGA D’OC
Seyhmus Dagtekin (KURDISTAN/ TURQUIE), Nicole Peyrafitte (FRANCE) Coordination : Isabelle Bourdais

17H-18H
UN POÈTE ET SON ÉDITEUR
LECTURE/DÉBAT
PLACE DU LIVRE
(PLACE DU POUFFRE) • PLAN 1
Poète et éditeur de poésie : un lien étroit.
Nicole Peyrafitte
Éditions Plaine page Présentation : Enán Burgo.

 

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