Charles Bernstein

Hannah Weiner's 'CODE POEMS' in City Hall Park (NY)

Hannah Weiner's Code Poems are featured in "The Language of Things," a public art show that opened tonight across from NY's city hall. Here are some photos, by Susan Bee. Adam Pendleton's work is based on Weiner's (photo from the web site).  Weiner's description of the work is provide on the exhibitions web site via EPC (originally published in 0-9).

Poetry [Recalculating]

image: Susan Bee

Poetry

Imagine poetry as a series of terraces, some vast, some no bigger than a pinprick, overlooking the city of language.

Ted Greenwald (December 19, 1942–June 17, 2016)

photo © 2007 Charles Bernstein

Ted Greenwald’s poems sing the commons and dance with a homely grace American poetry has rarely seen.

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'Teke Heart' by Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven at MoMA


For the opening of  Dadaglobe Reconstucted last night at the Museum of Modern Art (NY), I performed “Teke Heart” by Else Baroness von Freytag-Loringhoven (as she bills herself on the holograph ms) (1874–1927). I performed it in the gallery next to the ms of the 1921 poem, sent to Tristan Tzara for his never-published anthology Dadaglobe.

The complete CHANGE (Paris) as pdf

8482-page PDF of the full run of the Paris-based Change magazine, ed. by Jean Pierre Faye, Maurice Roche et Jacques Roubaud & later with Philippe Boyer, Yves Buin, Jean-Claude Montel, Jean Paris, Léon Robel & Mitsou Ronat. digital edition ed. Abigail Lang,