Slavs and Tatars in discussion at Ujazdowski Castle (Warsaw) to mark the launch of their solo survey exhibition, 'Mouth to Mouth' in 2017, and the publication of a titular catalogue by Koenig Books.
Slavs and Tatars' 2012 book about transliteration and the social history of dialect sounds, published by the Moravian Gallery (Brno), here made available as a PDF.
Slavs and Tatars' 2010 book about the history of power and politics in Eurasia, told through the changing names of 150 cities in the region, for download as a free PDF.
Slavs and Tatars interviewed by Aryn Beitz, discussing their practice and influences, published by the Walker Art Center in September 2018.
Olaf Nicolai in conversation about his 2018 solo exhibition 'There's No Place Before Arrival' at Kunsthall Vienna, with curator Luca Lo Pinto.
Olaf Nicolai discusses the background to his commissioned installation 'Probestück 1, 2 and 3’ at Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen.
Olaf Nicolai discusses his commissioned work 'Szondi/Eden' for the 8th Berlin Bienniale in 2014.
Info about Olaf Nicolai's Memorial for the Victims of Nazi Military Justice in Ballhausplatz, Vienna, which turns concrete poetry into a large-scale public artwork.
Olaf Nicolai interviewed by Dorothea Schoene, discussing architecture, modernism and the importance of fiction in his work, published in Afterimage, summer 2012.
An illustrated lecture by Ealeanor Dobson exploring ancient Egyptian imagery in Victorian performance magic, and ancient Egyptian magic in nineteenth-century literature.
Eleanor Dobson interviewed in October 2020 by Thinker's Garden Magazine about her first book, Writing the Sphinx: Literature, Culture and Egyptology.
Eleanor Dobson in discussion about the reception of Egyptology in Victorian England, as part of the popular Digital Hammurabi series.
Eleanor Dobson's Twitter account, for up-to-date research news and insights.
Hannah Black interviewed by Larne Abse Gogarty, discussing writing, art, collectivism and revolution, published in the November 2020 issue of Art Monthly magazine.
Hannah Black's review of the group exhibition 'Greif and Grievance: Art and Mourning in America', conceived by Okui Enwezor and staged posthumously at the New Museum (New York) in 2021, for 4 Columns .
A profile of Hannah Black by Jesse Darling, including a short questionnaire about her bakcground, published by Rhizome in 2015.
Artist's video work by Hannah Black, commissioned by the public art agency UP Projects in 2016.
Hannah Black interviewed about her solo exhibition 'The Context' at Chisenhale Gallery (London) in 2017 by Ellen Greig, discussing the show's centrepiece, 20,000 copies of a book of conversations about 'the situation'.
Tan Lin's experimental HTML poem for screen from 1998, hosted on UBUweb.
Tan Lin's experimental autofiction work, 'A False Accounting', published in the April 2016 issue of Brooklyn Rail.
An archive of Tan Lin's readings, discussions and some experimental video work on PennSound, from 1995 to the present day.
Tan Lin interviewed by Angela Genussa in 2012 for Rhizome, discussing the technologies of inscription and publishing in his practice, from PowerPoint to street chalk.
Tan Lin's short-form poem 'Linguistics', published in the summer 2017 issue of Poetry Magazine.
An extensive essay on Luis Camnitzer's use of words and quotation in his art work, by Patrick Greaney, published in the Germanic Review, 2014, available here as a PDF direct download.
A dicussion about poetry, mail art and politics between Luis Camnitzer and Alexander Alberro about the exhibition 'Poema Colectivo Revolución', curated by Camnitzer at the Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (New York) in 2021.
Illustrated bilingual (EN/ES) catalogue PDF for Luis Camnitzer's solo exhibition 'The Mediocrity of Beauty' at Alexander Gray Associates (New York) in 2015.
Luis Camnitzer interviewed by Rachel Weiss, discussing art education, Latin America and his belief in productive anarchy, published by ArRTMargins Journal in 2021.
A narrative history of the New York Graphic Workshop, which was co-founded by Luis Camnitzer in 1964, written by Sophie Halart for Tate Research Publication, 2018.
A short introduction to Simone Fattal's work by acclaimed poet and painter Etel Adnan, discussing Fattal's relationship to objects and materials and the range of her work across abstraction and figuration.
A visual archive of some ceramic sculptures by Simone Fattal, hosted on the artist's homesite.
A bilingual (EN/NO) overview of Simone Fattal's most recent survey exhibition of ceramics, stoneware and paintings, 'Fix Your Gaze on Saturn's Rings', at Bergen Kunsthall in 2020, including a video walk-through narrated by the artist.
Simone Fattal's 2019 retrospective at MoMA PS1 (New York), 'Work and Days', reviewed by Shirine Saad for Hyperallergic.
Simone Fattal reflects on the legacy of her publishing imprint, Post-Apollo Press, founded in California in 1982, hosted by their distributor, Litmus Press.
Maggie O'Sullivan interviewed by Dell Olson in winter 2003, discussing her poetic methods, influences, taste and much more.
A list of digitally available sections from the Salt Companion to Maggie O'Sullivan published in 2011, including Ken Edwards' introduction and Charles Bernstein's overview essay, all compiled by Jacket2.
Facsimile scans of nine Maggie O'Sullivan small-press publications with bibliographic notes, on the Eclipse archive. Scroll down to 'M' and click on titles to view or download page-by-page files.
A comprehensive archive of Maggie O'Sullivan's documented readings, hosted by PennSound, featuring audio and video from 1993 to the present day.
A discussion with Maggie O'Sullivan about writing as an embodied practice, with Charles Bernstein and students at the University of Pennsylvania for WPN's 'Close Listening' show in 2007.
Author page for Vahni Capildeo on her publisher's website, Carcanet, including the first news on their forthcoming book of poetry, Like a Tree Walking, which explores ecopoetics, silence and love.
Vahni Capildeo reads and discusses some of her most recent work with Karl O'Hanlon and Catherine Gander at Maynooth University, May 2021.
A short essay by Vahni Capildeo on poetry and offensiveness, risk and the risqué, first published in the summer 2017 issue of Poetry Review.
A brief introduction to Vahni Capildeo's work by Jade Cuttle, followed by a sample of short-form poems, compiled by Versopolis Poetry organisation in 2019.
A brief, bi-lingual (EN/NL) overview of Vahni Capildeo's recent work, including links to useful references and sample poems, compiled by Emily Hasler for the Poetry International Archives in May 2019.
A sequence of scanned excerpts from Simone Forti's first book, Handbook in Motion, originally published in 1974, here seen in the 1998 re-issue by Contact Editions.
Simone Forti interviewed by Tashi Wada about the role of sound in her practice, discussing song, dance, scores and performance, published in the September 2018 issue of BOMB Magazine.
Simone Forti interviewed by Stuart Comer about her Dance Constructions, contextualised by Nancy Lim with notes, documentation and example dances, published by MoMA, New York.
An extensive review of Simone Forti's retrospective 'Thinking with the Body' at Museum der Moderne Salzburg, by Catherine Wood for Artforum, January 2015.
Simone Forti interviewed by Bryony Gillard and Louis Hartnoll for Afterall Journal, June 2016, discussing animal studies, collaboration and drawing as a tool for thinking.
Raymond Antrobus interviewed by Daniele Nunziata in August 2020, discussing the relationship between literature and education, as well as the impact of family, mental health, immigration, and spirituality on his verse. Listen to the interview or read the transcript.
Raymond Antrobus explores the art of translating sound for the eye, looking at the poetic possibilities of closed captions. For Radio 4's 'Inventions in Sound' series, streaming on the BBC.
A sample poem, 'Echo', by Raymond Antrobus, from the March 2017 issue of Poetry Magazine.
A personal meditation by Raymond Antrobus on his 2017 poem 'Echo', published by Poetry magazine and the Poetry Foundation.
A short autobiographical essay by Raymond Antrobus on languages, family, sound and the roots of his love of poetry.
Info page and extract from Heather Phillipson's latest poetry collection, Whip-Hot & Grippy, courtesy of publisher Bloodaxe Books.
The Tate's overview page and video introduction to Heather Phillipson's 2021–22 commission, RUPTURE No 1: blowtorching the bitten peach.
A brief insight into Phillipson's cultural highlights of 2021, covering things to read, listen to, watch and smell, courtesy of the Guardian newspaper's 'On My Radar' column.
A sample of poems and info from Heather Phillipson's 2013 debut collection, Instant-Flex 718, courtesy of publisher Bloodaxe and The Poetry Book Society's Next Generation Poets 2014 scheme.