Archive for the 'Sound Poetry' Category

Camille Norment, Oslo Based Sound Artist

Saturday, April 16th, 2022

Venice, 27.04.2015. Biennale – Giardini. The artist Camille Norment.

  • Her Studio

  • DIA Projects Camille Norment Plexus Exhibition

  • John Cage, Silence, Time Lapse and Vexations

    Saturday, September 5th, 2015
  • 1acage-chair

  • 1aaCage-Reunion

    John Cage met Marcel Duchamp in the 1940’s
    (Only when Duchamp’s health was failing, Cage decided to seek Marcel out with the pretext of taking chess lessons. So Duchamp, his wife and Cage met and played chess.)

    Silence (repost) Time Lapse

  • Stones by John Cage
    John Cage (image source)


    goes in seaRch

    of sunlIght he comes across haydn

    bill anastasi is looKing at haydn through a lorgnetter

    Vexations – Satie and John Cage

    Merz, Ursonate – Kurt Schwitters

    Monday, June 20th, 2011

    Ursonate – female voice <> <> Ursonate 2

    Ursonate Kurt Schwitters gif and text

    Ursonate Steven Schick and and Shahrokh Yadegari

    Merzbau via

    Kurt Schwitters KurtS (20 June 1887 – 8 January 1948)


    In 1918, his art was to change dramatically as a direct consequence of Germany’s economic, political and military collapse at the end of the First World War.
    “In the war, things were in terrible turmoil. What I had learned at the academy was of no use to me and the useful new ideas were still unready…. Everything had broken down and new things had to be made out of the fragments; and this is Merz. It was like a revolution within me, not as it was, but as it should have been.

    Christian Marclay

    Saturday, February 12th, 2011

    Christian Marclay Untitled, 1984

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    Introduction of the Clock on youtube<> <> Paula Cooper The Clock <> <> his works from past

    Christian Marclay
    Everyone is raving about the Clock

    Most unusually, for a work of conceptual art, this masterpiece of montage is deliriously entertaining. It’s also totally functional — a working timepiece of incredible precision.

    Praise Shark or Snark

    Friday, February 6th, 2009

    Ride the Flarf Fixie and visit the Snark Market.

    Flarf and Snark flarfsnark
    My Geisha Cacti are posing as Flarf and Snark. They have been out of work and were not getting enough attention from the public. In real life they are neither flarfy nor snarky, they enjoy being competent, useful and being professional.

    Flarf is in glory hole according to Gary Sullivan

    Tao Lin tried to replace Flarf with something else in 2007, not too successfuly. (Previously we went Diving with Tao Lin)

    Here is One dollor shark gift from Jurgen who jurgenrabbithas been scouting for a new funfinfin location in Potrero Hill.

    Watch Charlie Rose goes beserk defending snarky Maureen Dawd from this interview with David Denby who was promoting his new book called Snark. (Skip to inaugural poem remix if you had enough of Charlie.)

    Someone is trying to make noise. (Is it Kenneth Goldsmith?)

    Begin Cotton Lettuce glittering edifices (Like this more than the others)

    Any sentence can be made <> <> <> <> Twin Peaks <> <> <> <> All I need is ham

    Praise Song for tomorrow or not <> <> Take Out Your Boom <> <> Words words words

    Defuge Flarf – don’t know who made this tape. Not by Alan Sondheim

    The texts are mine, defuge is a concept I’ve worked with, but I have no idea who did the video – wish I did – Alan (via email)

    And, of that word, defuge, he writes elsewhere:

    fetishization transformed into discard, disgust, the image no longer working, _that_ body used up in masturbation. It is so common that a word is necessary here, the _defuge,_ defuse / refuge / deluge / refuse, de-light, de-flower. Rhyme patterns, frames, defuges; it is the defuge that draws the poem forward beyond return