Transpoetic Exchange. Program

Trans-Poetic Exchange

Around Blanco and “Campos de Paz” Colloquium

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 A Multimedia Poetry Show and Colloquium sponsored byStanford Institute for Creativity & the Arts and The Division ofLiteratures, Languages and Cultures

 January 29th and 30th 2010

 

PROGRAM

 

FRIDAY. January 29, 2010

10:00 - 5:00

 

Colloquium “Campos de Paz”

 

Terrace Room. Bld. 460, R.426

 

10:00-10.15 Opening remarks by Joan Ramon Resina

 

10:15-11.30 

Enrico Mario Santí (University of Kentucky)

On the Presence of Absence

 

João Adolfo Hansen (University of São Paulo)

Blanco/TransBlanco: Modern and Post-Utopian

   

  11. 30 – 11.45 Break

 

11:45- 1:00

Luiz Costa Lima (PUC-Rio de Janeiro)

Blanco: a version of Mallarmé’s heritage

 

Marília Librandi Rocha (Stanford U)

White Poems: a Way of Happening

 

1 -1.30 – Lunch.

Provided for participants and those

who RSVP to ilac@stanford.edu

 

1.30 – 2pm Blanco film by Octavio Paz

 

2:00 - 3:15.

Marjorie Perloff (Stanford University)

Refiguring the Poundian Ideogram: from Blanco/Brancoto Galáxias

 

Roland Greene (Stanford University)

 

3.15 – 3:30 – Break

 

3:30 – 4:00

Logopoeia via Goethe via Christopher Middleton.Haroldo de Campos on record presented by K.David Jackson (Yale University)

 

4.00 – 5:00

Screening Blanco (2007), a spectacledirected by Frederic Amat.

Voices: Paco Ibáñez, Lluís Homar and Mario Gas.Voice in off: Octavio Paz. Music. Pascal Comelade. Presented by Frederic Amat(artist, Catalonia)

 

 

FRIDAY. January 29, 2010

6:00

 

Multimedia Poetry Show

Brazil/US/Japan/Catalonia Around Blanco

 

Pigott Theater

551 Serra Mall

 

Video-poems and Direction: André Vallias

Poets: Antonio Cicero; Jerome Rothenberg; KeijiroSuga; Frederic Amat

 

 

SATURDAY. January 30, 2010

11:00 – 1:00

 

Round Table Words w/ Brunch

Terrace Room. Bld. 460, R.426

 

11:00-12:00

Poets Round Table

Antonio Cicero, Jerome Rothenberg, Keijiro Suga,André Vallias, Frederic Amat

 

Open Discussion

Enrico Mario Santi, João Adolfo Hansen, Luiz CostaLima, Marília Librandi Rocha, Marjorie Perloff

 

12:30 – 1:00

Closing Remarks

Robert Harrison (Stanford University)