onsdag, november 28, 2007

Forfatterstafetten på P2 Plus

Medvirkende Martin Glaz Serup og Lars Frost, Jeppe Brixvolds og Thomas Bobergs bidrag kommer snart...

Meningen med sex er kommet!


- noen kunstneriske, populærkulturelle og vitenskapelige undersøkelser

Forlagets omtale:
Seksualiteten kan virke som et overskuddsfenomen som ikke spør etter mening. Samtidig er sex tydelig til stede i samfunnet - og overlesset av betydning. Tittelen på denne boka kan leses helt bokstavelig: Dette er en bok om meningen med sex, om seksualitetens betydninger. Visuelle og tekstlige bidrag presenterer punktnedslag i kunst, litteratur, film, pornografi og forskning. Sammen belyser de viktige samfunnsmessige og kulturelle spørsmål knyttet til kropp, kjønn og seksualitet. Samtlige bidrag er originale og lagd spesielt til denne boka. Nordiske bidragsytere, engelsk parallelltekst. Wencke Mühleisen er kjønns- og medieforsker ved SFKK, UiO. Christel Sverre er billedkunstner og førsteamanuensis ved Kunstakademiet i Trondheim, NTNU.

Bogen der er udkommet på norske PAX, er redigeret af Wencke Mühleisen og Christel Sverre og har originale bidrag fra blandt andre Matias Faldbakken, Olaug Nilssen, Mia Berner, Hanna Hallgren og Martin Glaz Serup.

tirsdag, november 27, 2007

Ny omgang FSL

Fria Seminariet i Litterär kritik inbjuder till öppen föreläsning

redaktören och kritikern

Susanne Christensen

talar över ämnet

Tod eines Werkführer -Performancestrategier i samtidige skandinaviske prosaværker

Fredagen den 7/12 kl. 19.00. Fri entré

Konsthögskolan, Skeppsholmen

Lokal: Hus 28 nere vid kajen:

tag till höger efter bron och följ strandkajen ca 300 m

Adress: Holmamiralens torg 8

HJÄRTLIGT VÄLKOMNA!

För mer info kleos@comhem.com eller magnusw_o@hotmail.com

søndag, november 25, 2007

Her er Borgmester Gud citeret et sted, find citatet og vind få en julegave tilsendt fra Sønderho.

torsdag, november 22, 2007

Rødt, tamt, forudsigeligt


"Yngre forfattere markerer sig kun sjældent i den offentlige debat, og når de gør, lyder det som et ekko af forældregenerationens dogmer. Sådan lyder det fra flere litteraturkritikere, der efterlyser mindre venstreorienteret forudsigelighed i det unge forfattermiljø - og gerne flere borgerlige stemmerYngre forfattere markerer sig kun sjældent i den offentlige debat, og når de gør, lyder det som et ekko af forældregenerationens dogmer. Sådan lyder det fra flere litteraturkritikere, der efterlyser mindre venstreorienteret forudsigelighed i det unge forfattermiljø - og gerne flere borgerlige stemmer"
I don't think that government, whatever that is, should 'subsidize' the artist. Government tends to think in terms of things being useful, and with art, they are lost in the stars. "We'll put that dam over right over here, Charlie, right? Then the valley will be green, the floods, etc., everything wonderful, right? Now, this poem--what about this damn thing? Get it out to the People! Right! A little culture, a little beauty!..." Well, I say to hell with it. Art is no missionary casting about for souls to save, nor an entertainer traveling far and wide to laugh it up....Art is beholden to no man. Art is also made by artists. Ah, there's the rub. These latter eat, sleep, need warmth in winter, clothes, etc.
- Gilbert Sorrentino fra essaysamlingen Something Said(1984)

mandag, november 19, 2007

Der sker mange spændende ting, for eksempel ser denne her bog spændende ud, synes jeg: Contemporary Poetics redigeret af Louis Armand. Og Sentura er i gang med at lynproducere deres nummer 24 – det sker på 6 dage her. Hvad mere. Jo. Der er (altid) flere tidsskrifter. Fx det nye nummer af Den Blå Port, nummer 76, der er lige på trapperne hvis det ikke allerede er udkommet. Virkelig et godt nummer lader det til, jeg har ikke fået det læst endnu, men der er tekster af Jacques Rancière, Herta Müller, Mikkel Thykier og Bent Vinn Nielsen blandt andet. Thomas Hvid Kromann har skrevet en artikel om politiseringen af billedkunsten og litteraturen omkring 1968 og Jesper Myrup om sensommerens litteraturdebatter set med politologiske briller: Til debat i den borgerlige offentlighed hedder den artikel. Martin Larsen trykker endelig et uddrag af langdigtet Hvis jeg var kunstner - Martin Larsen er i mine øjne en af de absolut mest interessante yngre danske digtere lige nu. Begrebet yngre kan man selvfølgelig diskutere, ikke at Larsen ikke er ung, men hvad betyder det at få det stempel, er det ligesom at spille på ungdomslandsholdet eller hvad? Uanset: Martin Larsen er i min øjne en stjerne. Han har også digte i det seneste dobbeltnummer af Ildfisken - nummer 37/38. Nye Metrodigte – 2. cyklus, læs den første her hos Nypoesi. Apropos Ildfisken - det er et rigtigt fint nummer det, et poesinummer, foruden Larsen er der nye digte fra Anne-Louise Bosmans, René Jean Jensen, Chresten Forsom, Anders Abildgaard Nielsen, Lene Asp Frederiksen, Christian Dorph, Mads Eslund og Katinka My Jones. Og en lille tale fra Tomas Tranströmer. Som antologi over samtidig ung dansk poesi er dette nummer ganske fint synes jeg. Noget af det der slår mig er forskelligheden, altså: hvordan de ni digtere er ret forskellige fra hinanden, hvordan deres digte er det. På trods af at mange af dem er jævnaldrene, flere af dem laver tidsskrift sammen (i.e. Ildfisken), og har gået på Forfatterskolen nogenlunde samtidig. Og der er jo også ret mange gode tekster her. Redaktionen har bedt tre litterater om hver især at lave en læsning af tre af digterne, og læsningerne må udelukkende tage afsæt i de her publicerede tekster. En god idé. At åbne sådan en samtale samme sted som teksterne optræder for første gange. Som netop begyndelsen på sådan en samtale, med teksterne, rundt om dem, et udgangspunkt, et forslag. Tue Andersen Nexø, Anne-Marie Mai og Jørn Erslev Andersen læser. Andersens ikke-læsning er virkelig mærkværdig; underlig arrogant, temmelig useriøs og egentlig ret dårlig. Jeg undrede mig da jeg læste den. Det ser ud som om det er gået ret stærkt, men det er vel næppe en forklaring på noget som helst. Mais og særligt Nexøs er anderledes gode, synes jeg. Til gymnasierne og folkeskolerne og måske også universiteterne burde det nye Ildfisken indkøbes i klassesæt til at bruge lige her og nu (og næste år må de købe klassesæt af andre ting, sådan er det altså, hvis man gerne vil se hvad der sker mens det sker); det er, som sagt, en fin antologi. Ikke repræsentativ på hverken den ene eller anden måde, tror jeg, men hvad er snart sagt det, og repræsentativitet (hedder det mon det?) er jo ikke det eneste kvailitetsparameter i skoven. På molen. I køkkenskuffen. Og så videre.

Alan Sondheim: How could you do this to me?

fredag, november 16, 2007

Velkommen til Kamilla Löfström Kristensen!

En ny stemme i blogosfæren; nu her de næste par dage direkte fra bogmessen. Hun har allerede givet en utrolig fin historie om en tur til provinsen med Morti Vizki og Pia Juul til bedste...

Sidste års messeblog stod en anden avis for, den kan man finde her.

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- Claude Closky fra WFMU. Tak til Kenneth Goldsmith for henvisningen.

Slip of the tongue

Goldsmith synger Freud!
Art anticipates work because it carries out its principle: the transformation of sensible matter into the community’s self-presentation.
- Jacque Rancière i Gabriel Rockhills oversættelse i The Politics of Aesthetics (opr., 2000)

onsdag, november 14, 2007

Hvis jeg som 12-årig kunne have skuet ind i fremtiden og set mig selv stå her og tage imod en pris for digte, som jeg havde skrevet, ville jeg have rødmet af skam. Havde jeg set det samme som 17-årig, var jeg revnet af stolthed. Nu indtager jeg en position et sted midt imellem. Man må nære mistro til poesien. Man må lade sig henføre af poesien.
- Tomas Tranströmers takketale ved modtagelsen af Pilot-prisen den 6. juni 1988. Her i Peter Nielsens danske oversættelse, trykt i Ildfisken 37/38 (2007)
Emanuel SwedenborgDet Skandinaviske Hus i Prag i overmorgen. Hvis man er i nærheden.

mandag, november 12, 2007

Folkets sajt

I dagens Dagens Nyheter kan man læse et interessant interview med Linda Skugge og Sigge Eklund om det kommende publiceringssted Vulkan.se, der grundlæggende kommer til at fungerer på samme måde som Leevi Lethos forlag Ntamo allerede gør. Bortset fra at man på Vulkan selv kan lægge sine bøger op; på Ntamo foregår der stadig en form for udvælgelse imellem hvad bliver 'udgivet' og hvad der ikke bliver det. Men altså. Det ser da spændende ud. Ikke mindst muligheden for at gamle, uopdrivelige bøger genudkommer på den måde. Svenske Bonnier har lovet at tilgængeliggøre flere af deres ældre titler. Kunne det ikke være toppen hvis danske Gyldendal og Borgen ville gøre det samme? De mangler måske et sted at gøre det - men hvorfor ikke bare bruge Vulkan, når det kommer op og køre om et par dage?!


FILTER – for fotografi er et magasin, der tager pulsen på den aktuelle fotoscene, og som kigger på fotohistorien med et anderledes blik. Magasinet diskuterer, hvordan fotografiet indvirker på vores daglige liv: På vores måde at tænke på, at skabe historie og politik på, at opbygge samfund og bedrive videnskab på, at være kreative og frembringe kunst på. Gennem dybdegående artikler, kritiske indlæg, essays, reportager, portrætter, anmeldelser og en omfattende billedside sætter magasinet FILTER fokus på fotografiets funktion og betydning i den moderne visuelle kultur.

torsdag, november 08, 2007

Litlive #51

I Litlive #51 skriver Nils Olsson om Alice B. Toklas, Peter Borum om Torben Krogh, Nora Simonhjell om Marit Tusvik og Martin Larsen om Lotta Lotass.

Derudover er Litlives kalender opdateret med november måneds litterære livearrangementer i henholdsvis Danmark, Sverige og Norge. Savner du et arrangement i kalenderen? Send en mail til litlive@litlive.dk.


Med venlig hilsen
Redaktionen

Balladen om sprogmaterialismen!

onsdag, november 07, 2007

I aften på LitteraturHaus i København

Kulturtidsskrifter/Skriv Tiden!

Pris: Gratis 07-11-2007 20:00

Denne aften bliver kultur på skrift sat i fokus. Kulturtidsskrifter i debatten, kulturen og litteraturen bliver præsenteret i en brudebuket af forskellige indslag fra blandt andet Finn Barlby (PLYS og BUM), Ivan Rod (Djembe), Lars Bukdahl (Hvedekorn), Andreas Harbsmeir (Lettre internationale), Sternberg (Øverste Kirurgiske), Karin Hindsbo (Øjeblikket) og Marianne Larsen. Arrangør: FDK (Foreningen af Danske Kulturtidsskrifter).

søndag, november 04, 2007

På trods af utallige opfordringer (se nedenfor), har jeg desværre hverken billed- eller lyddokumentatin fra festivalen, der sluttede i dag og var forrygende. Særligt var Stein-arrangementet sjovt - - - vi serverede Toklas' Hasish Fudge.

Dagens program, som det så ud:

Søndag 4. november

Lunsj / hyllest til Gertrude & Alice
13–14: Kafé Oslo
Litteraturhusets Kafé Oslo tilbyr lunsjretter fra Alice B. Toklas’ kokebok. Oversetter Gerd Kvanvig (N) leser fra kokeboken, og Kenneth Goldsmith (USA) og Martin Glaz Serup (DK) leser til ære for Gertrude Stein, som selv vil kunne oppleves i lydopptak.

Poesifilm
14-15.30 Henrik Wergeland
Eric Engelbracht (DE) presenterer høydepunkter fra ZEBRA Poetry Film Award.

Skandinavisk filmpremière
15.30-17.00 Henrik Wergeland
Regissør Simon Morris (UK) presenterer Sucking on words, en film om Kenneth Goldsmith.

fredag, november 02, 2007

Oslo Poesifestival 2007 er i gang...

Og forrygende, se hvad der skete/sker i dag:

Seminar om konseptuell poesi
Amalie Skram
14.00-15.00: Foredrag ved Kenneth Goldsmith (USA)
15.00-16.00: Foredrag ved Derek Beaulieu (CAN)
16.00-17.00: Paneldebatt med Kenneth Goldsmith (USA), Derek Beaulieu (CAN), Ulf Karl Olov Nilsson (S), Gitte Broeng (DK) og Monica Aasprong (N). Ordstyrer: Mariann Enge (N)

Pause 17.00-19.00

Offisiell åpning
19.00-19.15: Amalie Skram
Poesiforsvaret – tale ved Øyvind Berg (N)

Opplesning
19.15-21.30: Amalie Skram
Espen Stueland (N)
Rebecca Kjelland (N)
Lars Bukdahl (DK)

Mazdak Shafieian (N)
Niklas Söderberg (S)
Inger Elisabeth Hansen (N)

Ulf Eriksson (S)
Lone Hørslev (DK)
Morten Wintervold (N)

Poesifilm
21.30-22.00 Henrik Wergeland
Ödeläggelse av Marie Silkeberg (S) och Fredrik Arsaeus Nauckhoff (S), en film basert på innlesninger av diktsamlingen 23:23.

Opplesning
22.00-23.00: Henrik Wergeland
Pedro Carmona-Alvarez (N)
Kristine Næss (N)
Kenneth Goldsmith (USA)
Eiríkur Örn Norðdahl (ISL)

Konsert
23.00: Henrik Wergeland I SING THE BODY ELECTRIC
Terje Dragseth (N), sang, trekkspill, gitar
John Nikolaisen (N), gitar, sang


Og i morgen er det sådan her:

LØRDAG 3. NOVEMBER

Skandinavisk poesikritikersalong
13.00-15.00: Amalie Skram (arr.: Norsk kritikerlag)
Hvordan leses samtidspoesien? Et skandinavisk kritikerpanel bestående av kritikerne Lars Bukdahl (DK), Ulf Eriksson (S) og Mariann Enge (N), diskuterer dikt av Morten Søndergaard (DK), Ann Jäderlund (S) og Eldrid Lunden (N). Ordstyrer er Trond Haugen (N). Poetene leser opp de aktuelle tekstene, som også deles ut til publikum. Det oppfordres til deltakelse fra salen i en samtale hvor nærlesningen står i fokus.

Opplesning
15.00-16.30 Amalie Skram Gro Dahle (N)
Cecilie Løveid (N)
Steinar Opstad (N)

Thomas Marco Blatt (N)
Marie Silkeberg (S)
Tone Hødnebø (N)

Samtale
16.30-17: Kverneland
Spanskspråklige impulser med Pedro Carmona-Alvarez (N) og Inger Elisabeth Hansen (N)

Pause
17.00–19.00

Opplesning med fotografier 19–19.30: Henrik Wergeland
Poeten og fotografen Suzanne Doppelt (FRA) arbeider parallelt med tekst og bilder. Opplesningen er på fransk, men det vil bli delt ut oversettelser.

Opplesning
19.30-20.30 Amalie Skram
Magnus William-Olsson (S)
Ann Jäderlund (S)
Eldrid Lunden (N)
Torgeir Schjerven (N)

Samtale og opplesning
20.30-21.30 Kverneland
Geir Gulliksen (N) og Martin Glaz Serup (DK) holder opplesning og samtaler om jegets biografiske status i diktet.

Opplesning
21.30-22.30 Amalie Skram
Monica Aasprong (N)
Gitte Broeng (DK)
Derek Beaulieu (CAN)
Øyvind Berg (N)

Hørespill
22.30-23.00 Henrik Wergeland
Ulf Karl Olov Nilsson (S) og psychopopgruppen Njurmännen fremfører en versjon av Det panegyriska, hørespillet som finnes vedlagt på CD i UKONs ferske diktsamling Synopsis.

Konsert
23.00 Henrik Wergeland
Schweppenhäuser/Thomsen & Morten Søndergaard (DK), som nylig har gitt ut CD’en «Hjertets abe sparker sig fri», avslutter kvelden med sin sammensmeltning av lyrikk og elektronisk musikk.