Chantelle Mitchell with Angie Pai + more Breath PoeticsDates: Thursday August 1, 6-8pm
“Breath Poetics” introduces projectvisim as a poetics of embodiment - as a tool for writing the body through the materiality of text. Projective poetry traditions emerged from the Black Mountain School, and were inscribed by Charles Olson in his pamphlet ‘Projective Verse’ from 1951. This public program introduces Projective Verse traditions and practices, and explores the significance of text and language as a poetics of breath, as ‘a high-energy construct and an energy discharge’ and in presenting methodologies to consider and untangle the relation of body to language, and the relation of language to the page. With Chantelle Mitchell, Angie Pai and more.
Free Association is a new platform for workshops, programming and publishing through the expanded fields of fiction, poetry, critical theory, philosophy and art criticism.
‘I will never run out of lies nor love’ is curated by Nanette Orly and Sebastian Henry-Jones, with works from Manisha Anjali, Natasha Matila-Smith, EJ Son, Rosie Isaac, Angie Pai. Open 10 July - 3 August 2019 at Bus Projects.