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___Festival 2018___________Europe_Inside_/_Outside___________Wien 24_10 | München 26-28_10
Laura Accerboni (CH)
Lubi Barre (SO)
Lucy Beynon (GB)
Bela Chekurishvili (GE)
Audrey Chen (CN)
Odile Cornuz (CH)
Abbie Conant (US)
Oya Erdoğan (TR)
Katrin Sofie F. (DE)
Heike Fröhlich (DE)
Zsuzsanna Gahse (CH)
Petra Ganglbauer (AT)
Romana Ganzoni (CH)
Sabine Gruber (IT)
Lisa Jeschke (DE)
Kateryna Kalytko (UA)
Giedrė Kazlauskaitė (LT)
Judith Keller (CH)
Eka Kevanishvili (GE)
Margret Kreidl (AT)
Augusta Laar (DE/CH)
Kalle Laar (DE)
Zuzana Lazarová (CZ)
Swantje Lichtenstein (DE)
Barbi Marković (RS)
Olga Martynova (RU)
Gonca Özmen (TR)
Lynn Parkerson (US)
Rosa Pock (AT)
Dragica Rajčić (HR)
Oksana Sabuschko (UA)
Zoë Skoulding (GB)
Marie Šťastná (CZ)
Kinga Thót (HU)
Iryna Tsilyk (UA)
Anja Utler (DE)
Antje Vowinkel (DE)
Anne Waldman (US)
Elisabeth Wandeler-Deck (CH)
Neşe Yaşın (Zypern)
Barbara Yurtdas (DE)
Nora Zapf (DE)
Mittwoch, 24. Oktober
Samstag, 27. Oktober, 20.30 Uhr
Anne Waldman, *1945 in Millville, New Jersey. Seit Jahrzehnten ist die legendäre Beatpoetin Anne Waldman eine äußerst produktive Schriftstellerin, gesellschaftliche und kulturrelle Aktlvistin und intensive Performerin.
Waldman war Gründungsmitglied und langjährige Leiterin des Poetry Project at St Mark’s Church In-the-Bowery, und gründete 1974 mit Allen Ginsberg die Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics an der Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. Seither arbeitet sie an der Naropa Universität als Distinguished Professor of Poetics und ist die künstlerische Leiterin des dortigen Summer Writing Program.
Unter ihren zahlreichen Auszeichnungen ist der PEN Center 2012 Award for Poetry und der American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation für ihr Lebenswerk, 2015. Unter anderem ist sie auch in Bob Dylans Film Renaldo and Clara zu sehen.
Von ihren über 40 Gedichtbänden erschienen zuletzt: Trickster Feminism, 2018 (mit Zeichnungen von Lauroe Anderson), Voice’s Daughter Of A Heart Yet To Be Born, 2016, Gossamurmur, 2013.
Anne Waldman, *1945 in Millville, New Jersey, has been a prolific poet, cultural activist and performer for many years.
She was one of the founders of the Poetry Project at St Mark’s Church In-the-Bowery, and its Director a number of years and went on to found The Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University with Allen Ginsberg in 1974. She has continued to work at Naropa as a Distinguished Professor of Poetics and Artistic Director of its Summer Writing Program.
Among numerous honourings are the PEN Center 2012 Award for Poetry and the American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation for Lifetime Achievement, 2015. She was featured in Bob Dylan‘s experimental film Renaldo and Clara.
She has published over forty books of poetry, recently: Trickster Feminism, 2018, Voice’s Daughter Of A Heart Yet To Be Born, 2016, Gossamurmur, 2013.
detour of a clinamen ---Jacques Derrida
drone & cope? did trap culture ruinously triage did chaos
reshape history girls in the dark trying to read a man’s world
free electron with atom collides then enfolds didn't grok tangent
patria to make kinder spread dissing widening then worsening word-lore
did assassin’s teeth patriarchus tectonics tethered pathological oligarchy
did memory bites surrounds money did this a grammar digital
language entwined polis vernacular holds does this does this
curses tightening coil antic of animal on kill irreparable
marked did this enslave “get lost” does this spits out derivatives
did this out of nothing: anamnesis out of lethargon un-forgetting
fields of unsheathed wheat cots bunks prisons inside are cussed did this
conditions apocalyptic scenarios laws to ensnare agency! agency!
grind & toil of meat wheel how dallied this world gone mute you did this
in oscillation does this a coup all turns did this stressed this world
crude in light iron fist photon disquiet waves of probability Gematria
code to names & word am diamond fortress am forest of refugees
rescue men & boys am escape falling city poets with cusp on zodiac did this
projectiles continuum I feel love I feel love and gnosis am your spy agency
hacking & cyber warfare “Winterlight” “Fox Acid” servers
impersonated as person am legitimate imposter topos woman
politic proletarian linked in profile not happy in melancholia
identity page be tracking gems quotients situate the frame did this
transcendent philosophia perrenis theatre of dreams never give up
never forget you sold us out “sold us down the river” did this in cheap coinage
slaver’s tongue “bank’s closed” “goosed outta here” “shrank us”
“greased us over” lifetimes will remember you did this you do this
will be pacifying will be enriching will be magnetizing will be destroying
and never wear out a cosmic war on you
(my name is Anne Waldman and I approve this message)
Anne Waldman copyright 2018 from Trickster Feminism
HANNAH HOCH TAKES OUT HER SCISSORS /Anne Waldman
Insolence and the lovely life of
A Hannah Hoch
A rankling of affinity
My old rigor, my girl
Distort head & sex
The moon the moon
Fragmented the truth serum
Existential better be your mother
Idiocy of the curl
A chuff and a chin curls
Silks and a pattern
You only offer sandwiches beer and
Coffee? the cruel Richter
The married Raoul
Men on the slant
A chase for origins
Spools, clans folk, adherents
Got Hong Kong blues?
You could be a fashion plate
Cut the A lines
Then the fish
Architectures break down
Come see me in your cutting mode
A small street in old town
Fish heads for sale
Shopping as a guise
Checking out investments
Vestibules relegate the downturn
Collecting culture on a downswing
The little pieces of paper! Aha!
On the verticals
Caress my transient metabolism
The new multi-territories of identity
I will vote only in my anarchist bones
Skin over, sing over the melody
Bring the vocals up,
My bone my bones, bring them on
Abrupt denials tension
My larynx hungers for your not not-art?
Are you not-culture? Not you?
What are you?
Knot of Hannah, wired to montage
This is my camera: China
Hannah leaves the café
Warmer, less hungry
She goes into zone B
Traffic where zone A is all cars
World War 1 is a Red Cross
My fellow sisterly feeling
Then I go into exile, dear girl
My exchange for Mao money
Don't speak for my world, World!
Is news fascination?
Can she travel? She will stay in Berlin
Nazi down the block
Hannah hocks the tribal feeling
Hannah takes out her scissors
Punishing fears of rhythm dominance
Cut cut the ghosts
Cut cut linear time
Cut the men who dissolve
Birds & wings & snakes
Cut cut cut
Artifacts resume power and
Prevail to alter a work station
Music elevated to the
Fetish on a badly missionized street
Are you memorized yet?
Is intervention a plus for you?
Skip rope, and hope hovers
Then you’re bodied
You are hooded
Waiting for the ax to fall
Get high up, don't make it be all you!
About the money, about love
Waiting for flood relief in the dark age
Encounter a detour, a woman’s glove
Memory needs objects
Mountains are frozen waves
Image de la Chine?
We overlap you, my girl
Alive in my roaring time frame
Text your observers my way
Need better reportage
Your salvaging status, Hannah
Held in the lockdown
On the wildlife
Oral tribes in your astrology chart?
Gunning & truck lore?
Today it’s also armed trucks
Border patrols. Armed vigilantes
Lockdown, mass death
Today it’s a critical mass
Of violence and suffering
Document sent for “too few”
Immigrants, no room
The sunshades give silence
But wake up the sleeves!
Germany welcomes you!
Uncoil New York
Are you vertical?
Empire of cutting up China
Mantra of cut cut
Don't violate city anthropology Ha!
Text your massive hope: 2018
We learn from you
Images not sacrosanct
Epic rainbow struggles
Lost in shoes a global destiny
Dust my bin
Then get out of my way
Starve the puritans, rattle their cages
Will guide you
Loop waver fork
Don’t mimic the lost bodies
They need your cut cut deranged eyes!
Copyright 2018 by Anne Waldman