“oei” in vienna: nov 21st

On Friday November 21 OEI #66: process/poem (poema/processo) will be presented by Cecilia Grönberg, Jonas (J) Magnusson, Tobi Maier and Fernanda Nogueira at Salon für Kunstbuch, 21er Haus, Arsenalstraße 1, Vienna, 17h – 19h.
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OEI # 66: Process/poem (poema/processo)
OEI # 66 is the first substantial presentation outside of Brazil of the avant-garde movement poema/processo (process/poem), launched at the same time, on December 11 1967, in Rio de Janeiro and Natal. Due to pressure from the military dictatorship the movement was brought to a halt in 1972, but several of the initial participants have continued to work up until today (Wlademir Dias-Pino, Neide de Sá, Falves Silva…). OEI # 66 is a 520 pages long montage of images and documents, translations of manifestos and key essays, and interviews and new essays by Fernanda Nogueira, Antonio Sergio Bessa and many others. It also features shorter presentations of three other Brazilian avant-garde movements from the 60s, 70s and early 80s: poesia práxis, poesia marginal and pornismo.
OEI # 66 is edited by Jonas (J) Magnusson, Cecilia Grönberg and Tobi Maier.

http://www.oei.nu/

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“otoliths”, issue #35

Issue thirty-five of Otoliths, this year’s southern spring issue, has just gone live.

It contains, as usual, an astounding range of text & visuals from Bobbi Lurie, harry k stammer, Volodymyr Bilyk, Virginia Luck, Sarah James, Roger Mitchell,  Marilyn R. Rosenberg, Andrew Cantrell, Kyle Hemmings, Dennis Vannatta, Elizabeth Allen,  Anders Enochsson, Marcia Arrieta, Seth Copeland, Craig Cotter, Demosthenes Agrafiotis,  Pete Spence, Jim Meirose, Philip Byron Oakes, Eric Hoffman, Raymond Farr, Richard Kostelanetz, Reed Altemus, John M. Bennett, John M. Bennett & Diane Keys, John M. Bennett & Thomas M. Cassidy, Toby Fitch, Howie Good, Chris Brown, Jack Galmitz, Arpine Konyalian Grenier, Marco Giovenale, Carey Scott Wilkerson, Edewede Oriwoh, Texas Fontanella, John Martone, Mark Russell,  Andrew Topel, Andrew Topel & Koji Nagai, William Allegrezza, Márton Koppány, Márton Koppány & Tamarin Norwood, Mary Cresswell, Cecelia Chapman & Jeff Crouch, Cecelia Chapman, Connor Stratman, Heath Brougher, Joseph Salvatore Aversano, Simon Perchik, John Lowther, Joe Milford, Willie Smith, Michael Ruby, Joe Balaz, sean burn, Jeff Harrison, Mercedes Webb-Pullman, Sarah Edwards, Jeffrey Jullich, Anne-Marie JEANJEAN, bruno neiva, Ivars Balkits, Katrinka Moore, John Pursch, SS Prasad, John W. Sexton, Hazel Smith, Tony Beyer, Bob Heman,  Johannes S. H. Bjerg, Rosaire Appel, Angad Arora, Bogdan Puslenghea, Sabine Miller, Jake Goetz, Carla Bertola, Alberto Vitacchio, Tony Page, Michael Brandonisio, J. D. Nelson,  Shokla Shankar, & Gian Luigi Braggio.

http://the-otolith.blogspot.com.au/2014/10/otoliths-issue-thirty-five-contents.html

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the conceptbank

Some time after the successful www.UnnoticedArtFestival.com we started a new initiative called TheConceptBank.org. TheConceptBank.org is a platform to present new works of contemporary live-art in an original and innovative manner.

The bank is filling with concepts of many good artists; these concepts are written as simple manuals.

Visitors of the site will be able to choose a concept by artist name or by some simple practical criteria. They can then print it to carry out the work on a time and place of their choice.

After performing the work, the user will be asked to send us his/her written (anonymous) experiences, which we will then be forwarded to the artists. The concepts are licensed under Creative Commons.

Theconceptbank.org is a non-profit initiative, the use of the databank will be free for everybody.

Frans Van Lent
http://www.theconceptbank.org/

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