Poets and Critics

2011-2014 CALENDAR


February 4-5 EILEEN MYLES > + Feb. 4 poetry reading


December 14-15 FRED MOTEN > + Dec. 14 poetry reading


December 15-16 ANN LAUTERBACH > + Dec. 15, 8pm poetry reading

May 12-13 ANNE WALDMAN > + May 12 Poetry Reading, 8pm, Maison de la poésie de Paris : Anne Waldman & Patrick Beurard-Valdoye


FINAL SYMPOSIUM Dec. 11-12 COLE SWENSEN > + Dec 11 Poetry Reading, 8pm, Maison de la poésie de Paris : Cole Swensen & Nicolas Pesquès

Sept. 26-27 CLARK COOLIDGE> + Sept. 26, 8 pm Poetry/Music Reading, CLARK COOLIDGE & THURSTON MOORE, Maison de la poésie de Paris

April 11-12 MARJORIE WELISH > + April 11, 7:30 pm Poetry Reading MARJORIE WELISH & JACQUES ROUBAUD, Galerie éof, Paris


December 13 & 14 LISA ROBERTSON> Thursday December 13 7:30pm poetry reading with Lisa Robertson, Anne Parian and Pascal Poyet, galerie éof, Paris.

September 27 & 28 REDELL OLSEN

May 29 & 30 PETER GIZZI



September 29-30 VANESSA PLACE at Université Paris Est Marne-la-Vallée

June 30 July 1 CAROLINE BERGVALL at Université Paris Est Créteil

June 15 DAVID ANTIN at Université Paris Est Marne-la-Vallée

Flash Labels by NBT

Friday, June 24, 2011

Radical Coherency: David Antin on his work. Université Paris Est Marne-La-Vallée, 15 June 2011

David Antin, Nicolas Exertier, Vincent Broqua
(c) Dominique Pasqualini

Before our conversation with David Antin on the afternoon of June 15th is transcribed, here are the sound recordings (with tentative table of contents) of our discussions. The sound files can also be found uncut (2 parts) on David Antin's page on Pennsound.

Part 1. Being Professional? How to become an art critic; the live sounds of the Boston Metropolitan Transit System; Mondrian as a ballroom dancer and much more...

Part 2. Wittgenstein as a poet; Thinking, Understanding, Tuning; Rothko's "blunt intervention", secularism & shamanism...

Part 3. Canoe-making, the perfect boat, David Antin's Sunbeam Talbot, "What I am doing here?", having a French bias, the vernacular, on French, British and German poetry, "Who, if I cried, would hear me among the angelic orders?", the master of the German subjunctive etc.

Part 4. Shipwrecking probability; dealing with the contingent; Catholicism wins & Hopkins loses 3-0; growing up with machines; Robert (Frost) & the elves & Robert (Duncan); the democratic aristocracy...

 Part 5. Living on a fault; thinking by example; the range of collage, narrative and change...

 Part 6.

 Part 7.

 Part 8.

David Antin, Nicolas Exertier, Vincent Broqua, Abigail Lang,
Marcella Henderson-Peal  @ Université Paris Est
Marne-La-Vallée (c) Dominique Pasqualini

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