Monthly Archives: December 2011

Thirty Australian Poets

Felicity Plunkett’s Thirty Australian Poets (UQP) is a landmark anthology celebrating a new generation of Australian poets born after 1968, including Ali Alizadeh, Kate Fagan, Michael Brennan, Claire Potter, Samual Wagan-Watson and Cameron Lowe. “Thirty Australian Poets  offers a broad

Thirty Australian Poets

Felicity Plunkett’s Thirty Australian Poets (UQP) is a landmark anthology celebrating a new generation of Australian poets born after 1968, including Ali Alizadeh, Kate Fagan, Michael Brennan, Claire Potter, Samual Wagan-Watson and Cameron Lowe. “Thirty Australian Poets  offers a broad

100 Scenes

Asemic author Tim Gaze’s graphic novel, 100 Scenes, unfolds through a hundred abstract “scenes” comprised of raw scans of original paintings made by using the technique of decalcomania invented by the Surrealist artist Oscar Domínguez in 1936. In the Notes

100 Scenes

Asemic author Tim Gaze’s graphic novel, 100 Scenes, unfolds through a hundred abstract “scenes” comprised of raw scans of original paintings made by using the technique of decalcomania invented by the Surrealist artist Oscar Domínguez in 1936. In the Notes

Muito Legal

Lucie Skřivánková’s latest exhibition, MUITO LEGAL, runs until 14 January 2012 at Prague’s Madbar, Plaská 5, Malá Strana. Her work is featured in issue 2 of VLAK.

Muito Legal

Lucie Skřivánková’s latest exhibition, MUITO LEGAL, runs until 14 January 2012 at Prague’s Madbar, Plaská 5, Malá Strana. Her work is featured in issue 2 of VLAK.

Unoriginal Genius

What is the place of individual genius in a global world of hyper-information; a world in which, as Walter Benjamin predicted more than seventy years ago, everyone is potentially an author? Marjorie Perloff’s latest book, Unoriginal Genius, discusses the processes

Unoriginal Genius

What is the place of individual genius in a global world of hyper-information; a world in which, as Walter Benjamin predicted more than seventy years ago, everyone is potentially an author? Marjorie Perloff’s latest book, Unoriginal Genius, discusses the processes

Is This What You Were Born For?

Recently published in both French and English by Geneva’s MetisPresses as part of their PLANSécant collection, Is This What You Were Born For?: Stratégies d’appropriation et collage audio-visuel focuses on (and takes its title from) Child’s signature series of films, bringing

Is This What You Were Born For?

Recently published in both French and English by Geneva’s MetisPresses as part of their PLANSécant collection, Is This What You Were Born For?: Stratégies d’appropriation et collage audio-visuel focuses on (and takes its title from) Child’s signature series of films, bringing

Sous les pavés…

In the age of the Occupy movement, Situationism has become “the stuff of legend,” for it was “one of those rare avant-gardes whose radical arts and radical politics were forged in unison,” Alex Danchev writes in a review of McKenzie

Sous les pavés…

In the age of the Occupy movement, Situationism has become “the stuff of legend,” for it was “one of those rare avant-gardes whose radical arts and radical politics were forged in unison,” Alex Danchev writes in a review of McKenzie

‘You can’t have everything… Where would you put it!’

Recently published by VEER, Bruce Andrews’ latest collection ‘You can’t have everything… Where would you put it!’ (extracted in VLAK 1). “Andrews’ is a writing of extreme discontinuities, not only from phrase to phrase, but even within seeming phrasal units.”

‘You can’t have everything… Where would you put it!’

Recently published by VEER, Bruce Andrews’ latest collection ‘You can’t have everything… Where would you put it!’ (extracted in VLAK 1). “Andrews’ is a writing of extreme discontinuities, not only from phrase to phrase, but even within seeming phrasal units.”