Monthly Archives: February 2010

Barbaric Poetry – notes for later…

Theodore W. Adorno Quotation: “To write a poem after Auschwitz is barbaric” (to 1969 Herbert Marcuse interview about Adorno) From the web site of Evelyn Wilcock,, accessed July 28, 2003 People who ask about Adorno want to know the … Continue reading

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Note for the preservation workshop NYC

Globalization and preservation: two abstract and abstracting processes that oftentimes are critiqued as a perspective that leaves out people, lived experience, specificity, the street, the intangible and heterotopic flux. A google earth view of the world chimes well with an … Continue reading

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Bombing of Poems book to be launched at Goldsmiths 4.3.10

We are delighted to invite you to the launch of the book Bombing of Poems over Warsaw. A public intervention realized in Poland on the 8th August (2009) where one hundred thousand poems printed as bookmarks from a helicopter were … Continue reading

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For Daisy

One of my nieces in Australia has a high school project which entails asking people: “Do you Like reading – Why,  What does reading do for you, what comes to your mind when you think about reading and What makes a peice of literature … Continue reading

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Talk in Lisbon – 8 feb 2010

Lecture by John Hutnyk “Cultural Studies, Pranks, and the Diasporic Serious: Music and Terror in World War Three’ in Room “Exposições” (building of Library – Second Floor) at 6.00pm Monday 8th Feb 2010. Faculdade de Ciências Humanas Universidade Católica Portuguesa Palma de … Continue reading

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The Guevara Convention

A little project I was tangentially involved with, that deserves some attention, is accessible if you care to point your browser to: “The Guavara Convention” *//here\\* previously mentioned here, here and here .

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