in “lana turner”, issue #7

several pieces by me (seven asemic and fifteen vispo pieces) are
in the last issue  –#7–  of “Lana Turner”





oei a berlino


Visit OEI and other publishers at FRIENDS WITH BOOKS: ART BOOK FAIR BERLIN 2014 that takes place on the weekend of 13 and 14 December, 2014, at Café Moskau as Europe’s premier festival for contemporary artists’ books and periodicals by artists and art publishers.

Featuring 100+ international participants and a series of public programmes: discussions, readings, presentations, performances, and artists’ interventions that explore the perimeters of today’s art publishing. Admission is free.

December 13/14, 2014
Café Moskau, Karl-Marx-Allee 34, Berlin
Saturday, 13 December 2014, 11h–19h
Sunday, 14 December 2014, 11h–19h


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“verso la poesia totale”, di adriano spatola

Maurizio Spatola ha generosamente e assai opportunamente messo in rete nel suo sito, sezione Protagonisti, la riproduzione integrale del saggio Verso la Poesia totale, nella seconda edizione (riveduta, definitiva) pubblicata da Paravia nel 1978, un documento storico di grande importanza. Inoltre, nella stessa sezione ha pubblicato precedentemente un ampio omaggio a Marie-Louise Lentengre).


intellettuali: spinosa questione

un mio piccolo contributo sulla spinosa questione degli intellettuali:
(e, sempre dalle prose di Oggettistica:


“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.

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.