Sticky Impulse Archive Night: The Poetical is Political

Tue, Jul 28—Tue, Aug 11, 2020
Programming Series

Sticky Impulse Archive Night: The Poetical is Political
July 28 – August 11 @

Curated by KC Wei (Video Out)

What’s more political than identifying oneself as a poet? To wax language down from utility, to play with words and shift cognition; to rest on sound, form, and rhythm? This month’s Sticky Impulse features a selection of readings, conversations, abstractions, and physical ephemera from the Lenore Herb Archive and other videos from the Crista Dahl Media Library and Archives.

Stan Persky, Metro Media, c.1971.
The Poem Company (Beth Jankola & Cathy Ford excerpt), Video Brain 1974.
Sous La Langue 3rd stanza (Nicolle Brossard/Daphne Marlatt), Fast Forward Prod., 1990.
No Commercial Potential (excerpts), Ernest Gusella, 1978.
Water, Wind, the Record of Rocks, Laurie McDonald, 1979.
Pia Massie Reading at thirstDays no. 3, VIVO Media Arts Centre, 2016.
The Snows, Russell Wallace, 2014.

Publication excerpts:
Pulp vol.1 no. 11, May 1973.
easy come, Earl Courtney, 1973.
Write me an Adventure/I Love You Way, bill bissett, 1983.
The Literary Storefront Newsletter, 1982.
The Last Acts of Saint Fuck You (poster), Bern Porter, 1985.
Collage and Text, Pat Stevens.
Xeroxed Text and Collages, Lenore Herb, c.1983-1985.

Image: Lenore Herb Archive, Practical Knowledge, Summer '69, published at Intermedia


Session Dates

Casey Wei