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Lançamento: “Polypoetry 30 Years 1987-2017”
Dezembro 6, 2018 @ 18:30 - 20:00
O livro Polypoetry 30 Years, 1987-2017, editado pelo poeta italiano Enzo Minarelli e pelo Professor Frederico Fernandes, na imprensa da Universidade Estadual de Londrina, Eduel Internacional, pretende desenhar mapas sobre manifestações de polipoesia na Europa e nas Américas. Reúne estudiosos e artistas que dedicaram o seu trabalho para entender as expressões de vanguarda em linguagens impressas, sonoras e visuais, bem como para demonstrar como o experimentalismo afeta o mundo numa perspectiva política e estética.
Polypoetry means the art that vibes the sound and melts the logic of the word, attesting the vivacity of voice, the presence of a body by the gesture, and the visual motion from the projection of successive images during a performance. Polypoetry means a way to do art, and a way to be poetry, thus emancipating people in society by the reflexive, innovative use of language. Polypoetry is the presence of poetry that effects. This book aims to draw maps about Polypoetry manifestations around Europe and Americas. It gathers scholars and artists who dedicated their work to understanding the avant-garde expressions in print, sound, and visual languages, as well as to demonstrate how the experimentalism affects the world in a political and aesthetical perspective.
Polypoetry represents that kind of totality poets have been looking forward to finding out since ever. And in a way, it is a complete performance from manifold points of view, electronic experimentalism can effectively be coupled with language. That of the language is a very important element, because we always have to start from it, trying to overcome the typical anxiety of the message at any cost, but at the same time, as we have always stated, the polypoets have the responsibility to set their own aim towards literature, an alternative path to reach the great achievements of official poetry”.
O lançamento conta com a presença de um dos editores do livro, Frederico Fernandes, e com a participação de Nuno Neves e Diego Giménez.