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, http://members.aol.com/eandcw/adquotes.htm, 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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