dichterin, performancekünstlerin, mitbegründerin (gemeinsam mit allen ginsberg) der jack kerouac school of disembodied poetics in boulder, colorado
in the tibetan buddhist tradition the “dakini” is a sky-walker, a feminine energy principle of shapeshifting playfulness and exchange who keeps you on your toes. using the image of the “dakini” as a metaphor for our creative imagination, we will explore some ”experiments of attention”, drawing on dream, memory, the de-centering of the first person “I”, and consider collaboration and performance as modes of working in the world.
di, 18.9.2007: 13.30 – 17.30 uhr
ort: sfd – schule für dichtung, mariahilferstr. 88a / stiege III / 7, 1070 wien
18.9., 19.30: lesung und vortrag zur lehr- und lernbarkeit von literatur im rahmen der “special guest series” im büro der schule für dichtung, mariahilferstr. 88a/stiege III/7, 1070 wien, eintritt frei
23.9., 11.00: anne waldman & pia palme “colors in the mechanism of concealment“ (usa/a/ch), info & tickets: porgy & bess, wien
teilnahmegebühr: 40,- €
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poet, performer, editor, arts administrator, distinguished professor of writing and poetics. born in 1945 in millville, new jersey, raised in new york city. former director of the poetry project at st. marks church-in-the-bowery. co-founder with allen ginsberg of the jack kerouac school of disembodied poetics at the buddhist-inspired naropa institute in boulder/colorado, where she continues to teach. director of the naropa study abroad program in bali. recipient of the shelley memorial award for poetry. star of the us-poetry-performance-scene. long time student of buddhism. author of more than 40 books of poetry and editor of many anthologies of poetry and poetics. she currently works on several video/movie projects.
anne waldman lives in boulder/colorado and new york city.
"makeup on empty space" (1984), "helping the dreamer" (1989), "kill or cure" (1994), "iovis I & II" (1993/1996), "fast speaking woman" (1996), “songs of the sons and daughters of buddha“ (trans. with andrew schelling, 1996), "disembodied poetics: annals of the jack kerouac school" (co-editor, 1995), editor of "the beat book" (1996), a. o.
© sfd / angelika krinzinger (1992)