4th Annual NAPOMO 30/30/30 :: Day 18 :: Lauren Klotzman on bpNichol's First Screening
SUBJECT LINE: UNSENT TO Z___ 3/1/15 1:00 PM dear z___- i know that we really just met and maybe things have been a little intense over that extremely short time period, but i have to say i really like spending time with
REMAIN COMPOSED :: TODD LEREW :: FIELD NOTES :: THOUGHTS ON MUSICAL FAILURE, PART II
[box] For this special feature in our ongoing Field Notes series (where creators from all disciplines shine light behind the curtain at their daily practice — revealing the often messy, sometimes frustrating, surprisingly beautiful life along the way) the OS is excited to
SPECIAL EDITORIAL / AWESOME CREATORS EDITION:: "RENDERING THE OLD MODEL OBSOLETE" : 100,000 POETS FOR CHANGE
"history is a living weapon in yr hand & you have imagined it, it is thus that you "find out for yourself" history is the dream of what can be, it is the relation between things in a continuum of imagination what you find out for
Community CoCo / U-Topian Rhizome PARTICIPATORY PROMPT: on the co-evolution of language/music
In which we reach out to our community to engage in the making of Collaborative Content beyond our Topic (place-bound) limitations, to invite you to participate Rhizomatically in the conversation/dialogue that happens here on site. Responses will be catalogued and posted in a follow up feature, and potentially (if you are speedy) read from at the event itself. Please email all responses to email@example.com or respond in the comment section below. Thanks for playing! What makes human communication different from that of animals? Where does music fit in? How can our poetic or other verbal creation be representative of a more essential form of human communication, reminding us of our linguistic origins?