(Opening Poem: Sprinkelée) (Closing Poem: Scape)
via Nicole Peyrafitte’s blog: October 22nd, 2017 Amazing week (preparing, setting up, installing) and uplifting weekend (painting, reading, performing) at the Simoncini Gallery in Luxembourg. We had a three-day opening party during which we nomadically performed our collaborations moving across the three floors of the exhibition. At the lower level we had installed a complete set of Pierre Joris’ publications — about 60 books & chapbooks moving between poetry, essays … Read more Opening Weekend at la Galerie Simoncini Luxembourg
All videos by Pierre Joris — except the Pierre Joris one, which is by Nicole Peyrafitte .
Pierre Joris Flash Interview #3 from Tawil Productions on Vimeo. Nicole Peyrafitte conducts & films another spontaneous Flash Interview at Kelvingrove Park in Glasgow where we spent an excellent near-week for the Outside-in / Inside-out poetry conference.
Pierre Joris & Nicole Peyrafitte will be speaking in tongues Thursday in Philly. It starts at 6:30PM with yummy offering at the end! The Kelly Writers House located at 3805 Locust Walk on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania. See you there! Multilingual Poetics: Pierre Joris and Nicole Peyrafitte Thursday, September 8, 6:30 PM · Philadelphia, PA
Pierre Joris Flash Interview #1 from Tawil Productions on Vimeo.
29 June. Film by Nicole Peyrafitte on iPhone.
Was unable to actually download & embed the little video by Françoise Lonquety from FB, but click on the still image above & you’ll get there. The lucky person getting communion above is Cyrille Commène, author of Zola, rêve sans nom. Happy Birth-day, Nicole!
With the serialization of The Malady of Islam taking up all weekdays (& will do for another couple of weeks), I’ll use Saturday’s post to list other items/events of interest. 1) A Review of Breathturn into Timestead in The Arts Fuse: Fuse Poetry Review: “Breathturn into Timestead” — A Magnificent Guide to the Enigmatic Poetry of Paul Celan Feb 25 2015 Once you have wrestled with Paul Celan, not against but … Read more Celan, Peyrafitte, Howe, Meyer.