WORDS AS MATERIAL – POETRY READING SERIES

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Katinka Bock, The Third Tiger, 2015, Courtesy collection privée © Photo : Ramiro Chaves 

Luxembourg actor Maximillien Jadin reads a selection of poems and texts in immediate vicinity of Katinka Bock’s sculptures. This series of readings explores how Katinka Bock’s work resonates with the words of great poets such as George Oppen, William Carlos Williams, and other contemporary writers.

In English
Free of charge, except for the entrance fee
No booking required

List of performed works

William Carlos Williams, “Fine Work with Pitch and Copper” in Williams, W. C., & Pinsky, R. (2004) William Carlos Williams: Selected poems. New York: The Library of America. p. 85
George Oppen, "IMAGE OF THE ENGINE" in Oppen, G. (1962) The Materials. New Directions. San Francisco Review. p. 2-5Robert Lax “6”, in Lax, R., & Spaeth, P. J. (1997) A thing that is. Woodstock, NY: Overlook Pr. p. 26
Robert Lax “22”, in Lax, R., & Spaeth, P. J. (1997) A thing that is. Woodstock, NY: Overlook Pr. p. 42
Robert Lax, “26” in Lax, R., & Spaeth, P. J. (1997) A thing that is. Woodstock, NY: Overlook Pr. p. 46
Robert Lax, “13” in Lax, R., & Spaeth, P. J. (1997) A thing that is. Woodstock, NY: Overlook Pr. p. 33
Louis Lüthi, “Displacements”, in Bock, K. (2018) Intenso. Amsterdam: Roma Publication. 
George Oppen, “SQUALL”, in Oppen, G. (1962) The Materials. New Directions. San Francisco Review. p. 45
George Oppen, “VULCAN”, in Oppen, G. (1962) The Materials. New Directions. San Francisco Review. p. 30
George Oppen, “TIME OF THE MISSILE”, in Oppen, G. (1962) The Materials. New Directions. San Francisco Review. p. 33 
George Oppen, “COSTAL STRIP”, in Oppen, G. (1962) The Materials. New Directions. San Francisco Review. p. 36
William Carlos Williams, “Poem”, in Williams, W. C., & Pinsky, R. (2004) William Carlos Williams: Selected poems. New York: The Library of America. p. 77
William Carlos Williams, “This Is Just To Say”, in Williams, W. C., & Pinsky, R. (2004) William Carlos Williams: Selected poems. New York: The Library of America. p. 78, 79
George Oppen, “CHARTRES”, in Oppen, G. (1962) The Materials. New Directions. San Francisco Review. p. 40
George Oppen, “CALIFORNIA”, in Oppen, G. (1962) The Materials. New Directions. San Francisco Review. p. 46
Geoffrey G. O’Brien, “Poem Beginning to End”, in O’Brien, **. (2011) Metropole. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press. p. 6-9
Ben Marcus, HAND WORDS + WIRE, THE, in Marcus, B. (2012) The Age of Wire and String. 4th edn. Dalky Archive Press.
Anne Tardos, “Gentle Deer on 10th Avenue”, in Tardos, A. (2017) The Camel’s Pedestal: Poems 2009-2017. Buffalo, NY: BlazeVOX.
John Taggart, “GIANT STEP”, in Taggart, J. (1981) Peace on Earth. Berkeley: Turtle Island Foundation. p. 17-20
John Taggart, “INSIDE OUT”, in Taggart, J.  (1981) Peace on Earth. Berkeley: Turtle Island Foundation. p. 23-37
Ben Marcus, “The Death of Water”, in Marcus, B. (2012) The Age of Wire and String. 4th edn. Dalky Archive Press. p. 11,12
William Carlos Williams, “The High Bridge Above the Tagus River at Toledo”, in Williams, W. C., & Pinsky, R. (2004) William Carlos Williams: Selected poems. New York: The Library of America. p. 161
William Carlos Williams, “Sonner in Search of an Author”, in Williams, W. C., & Pinsky, R. (2004) William Carlos Williams: Selected poems. New York: The Library of America. p. 162
William Carlos Williams, “Heel & Toe to the End”, in Williams, W. C., & Pinsky, R. (2004) William Carlos Williams: Selected poems. New York: The Library of America. p. 166
Geoffrey G. O’Brien, “The Premiere of Reappearance”, in O’Brien, G. G., (2002) The Guns and flags Project. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press. p. 3, 4
Geoffrey G. O’Brien, “Second Shift”, in O’Brien, G. G., (2002) The Guns and flags Project. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press. p. 5, 6 
Geoffrey G. O’Brien, “Solubility”, in O’Brien, G. G., (2002) The Guns and flags Project. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press. p. 8, 9
Geoffrey G. O’Brien, “Two Philosophers”, in O’Brien, G. G., (2002) The Guns and flags Project. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press. p. 33
William Carlos Williams, “To a Poor Old Woman”, in Williams, W. C., & Pinsky, R. (2004) William Carlos Williams: Selected poems. New York: The Library of America. p. 82