Vi vil gerne udfordre oplæsningsgenren ved at stille de inviterede forfattere den her opgave:
- Læs en andens tekst op
eller - Få en anden til at læse din tekst op
Vi håber at kunne bidrage til diskussionen om forholdet mellem krop og
tekst ved at lede opmærksomheden hen imod den konkrete stemme og
litteraturens orale aspekt. Vi vil gerne sætte fokus på litteraturen som
dialogisk, forfatteren som aktør i dialog med andre aktører.
Næste arrangement er d. 19 december kl. 19.00 på Brooklyn i Tolbodgade 3 i indre København.
In collaboration with Canadian poet Derek Beaulieu, Malmö-based
publishing imprint In Edit Mode Press now presents Local Colour :
Ghosts, variations. The collection takes as its point of departure Paul
Auster's novella Ghosts, and Beaulieu's reworking of Auster's text,
Local Colour. It invites a number of writers, poets, musicians and
artists to contribute with further reworkings, intermedial translations
and editing projects exploring various intersections between Auster's
text and Beaulieu's graphic interpretation. The resulting volume
consists of four bound volumes, a series of pamphlets and prints, an
audio-CD and a piece of computer software.
To celebrate the
release of the publication, we are also putting on an evening of
performances and readings at Signal - Centre for Contemporary Art. The
program for the evening features a reading by Derek Beaulieu,
performances by Helen White, and a sound piece by Cecilie Bjørgås
Jordheim performed by Stine Janvin Motland and Inga Margrete Aas.
Additionally, a new sound piece by Pär Thörn, recorded specifically for
the event, will be presented.
IN EDIT MODE PRESS is a Malmö
based publishing initiative focusing on experimental, contemporary text,
- sound, - and graphic work. We primarily publish themed collections
exploring specific issues and aesthetic strategies, taking a diverse
range of approaches and perspectives into account. From our editorial
offices / book shop at Malmö's Dalaplan, we make our publications by
hand and in low print runs, often using unconventional formats and
techniques. You can find more information about our activities on our
We can also be reached on email: firstname.lastname@example.org and phone: +46
(0) 76 18 60 609, and you can follows us on Facebook under the name
The project is funded by the Office for Contemporary Art Norway.