Ingesture features a first-time collaboration between three different artists—poet Christian Hawkey, choreographer and dancer Maya Carroll, and composer Roy Carroll—and it sets in motion an open-ended, process-oriented investigation into gesture as it intersects in movement, poetic language, and sound. Gestures are intentional sensory phenomena that have no clear beginning or end (movement without finality) and […]
On March 6, 2012, OoRS’s Pratt class went to the archive collection of Brooklyn Academy of Music, located in Metrotech, Downtown Brooklyn. We learned about the making of a collection for this iconic institution–a collection destroyed twice by flood and fire, and ever being reconstructed and recuperated.
October 18th, 12:30, Alumni Reading Room
During the two years before The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas won Gertrude Stein popular success, she and Alice B. Toklas undertook their own publishing venture, the Plain Edition, “an Edition of first Editions of all the work not yet published of Gertrude Stein.” The design, paratexts, and distribution of these five books provide an opportunity to think about Stein’s poetics as they extend into material objects. This talk will discuss the connection between Stein’s writing and her books as material objects.
Sarah Stone is a Ph.D. candidate in English at Yale University. Her current work explores the intersection of poetry and media studies, focusing on modernist book history, as well as contemporary small-press publishing and digital poetics. She holds a B.A. in Rhetoric from U.C. Berkeley and an M.F.A. in Literary Arts from Brown University. Her poetry, translations, and criticism have appeared or are forthcoming in Jacket, Modern Review, Boston Review, Sentence, and Mandorla.