Aural Poetics: Cecilia Vicuña, Raven Chacon, and Michael Nardone

Co-presented with The Poetry Project at St. Mark’s Church
October 30, 2023
7:30PM Reception, 8PM Performance

St Mark’s Church
131 East 10th St
New York, NY 10003

Join Printed Matter and The Poetry Project for an evening celebrating the release of OEI #98-99: Aural Poetics, edited by Michael Nardone, featuring performances and readings by Cecilia Vicuña and Raven Chacon. Nardone writes in his afterword to the collection that “the domain of the aural opens, at once, on to the act of composition and on to the iterative context of a composition’s reception; it comprises embodiment(s) imbricated with an array of inscriptive practices.” Vicuña and Chacon will each activate the domain of the aural, galvanizing the space between inscription and embodiment through performances of their scores and texts.

Aural Poetics features contributions by Raven Chacon, Lisa Robertson, Cecilia Vicuña, Dylan Robinson, Constance DeJong, Eyvind Kang, Gail Scott, JJJJJerome Ellis, Damon Krukowski, Candice Hopkins + Raven Chacon, Merlin Sheldrake, Amber Rose Johnson, John Melillo, Heather Davis, Tanya Lukin Linklater, Diane Glancy, Janel Morin + Peter Morin, Niiqo Pam Dick, Oana Avasilichioaei, Sophie Seita, Ame Henderson + Evan Webber, Patrick Nickleson, Dalie Giroux, Simon Brown, Dalie Giroux + François Lemieux, Mitchell Akiyama, Carolyn Chen + Divya Victor, Michael Nardone, Marshall Trammell, Luke Nickel, Lauren (Lou) Turner, Valéria Bonafé + Lílian Campesato, Nicholas Komodore, Lewis Freedman, Tiziana La Melia + Ellis Sam, Ida Marie Hede + Steven Zultanski, Alexandre St-Onge, Danny Snelson, Brent Cox + Courtlin Byrd, Raymond Boisjoly, Max Ritts, Steven Feld + Xenia Benivolski, Tom Miller, Daniel Borzutsky, Anne Bourne, and Marcus Boon.

Please join us for a pre-event reception beginning at 7:30! Copies of OEI #98-99: Aural Poetics will be made available by Printed Matter.

Tickets: $8
Purchase here.

This in-person event will also be livestreamed via The Poetry Project’s YouTube. Livestream captions will be available via a StreamText link or the CC button on YouTube’s player.