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[SHANGHAI上海]Saturday Poetry Reading - RE: WRITING vs. THE INTERNET
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2012年11月10日(周六)下午3点,上海James Cohan Gallery荣幸邀请您参加MATIAS VIEGENER & RENÉE REYNOLDS: RE: WRITING vs. THE INTERNET —诗歌朗诵会。门票免费。 Saturday, November 10, 2012, 3pm, James Cohan Gallery Shanghai is pleased to present a poetry reading from RE: WRITING vs.THE INTERNET, by MATIAS VIEGENER & RENÉE REYNOLDS. Free admission.*Please scroll down for English.

上海James Cohan画廊诚邀您光临《MATIAS VIEGENER & RENÉE REYNOLDS: RE: WRITING vs. THE INTERNET 诗歌朗诵会》

2012年11月10日(周六)下午3点

地点:上海James Cohan画廊 地址:上海市徐汇区岳阳路170弄1号弄1楼 无需门票,免费提供酒水饮料


《弗朗切斯科•克莱门特》展览期间,上海James Cohan Gallery荣幸邀请您参加MATIAS VIEGENER & RENÉE REYNOLDS: RE: WRITING vs. THE INTERNET—诗歌朗诵会

如需更多信息,请联系David Perry先生dp102@nyu.edu 或拨打电话 13761180110。

RE: WRITING vs.THE INTERNET

A POETRY READING at JAMES COHAN GALLERY MATIAS VIEGENER: READING FROM 2500 RANDOM THINGS ABOUT ME TOO “a text-cloud raining art, dogs, sex, death and fruit”

RENÉE REYNOLDS: POETRY + VIDEO “HISTORY OF A FUTURE” SCREENING

SATURDAY, 10 NOVEMBER at 3PM


James Cohan Gallery: Yueyang Road 170, Building 1, Lane 1 near Yongjia Road | 岳阳路170弄1号楼1楼,近永嘉路 | jamescohan.com Co-sponsored by the NYU Shanghai Global Academic Center, Salon 383 at Colorbox Creative Arts Center and HAL PUBLISHING.

ABOUT MATIAS VIEGENER A Los Angeles based writer, artist and critic who works alone and collaboratively in the fields of writing, video, installation and performance art, Viegener is also a co-founder of Fallen Fruit, a participatory art practice focusing on fruit, urban ecology and public space, which has shown work internationally in museums and galleries. Viegener is the author of 2500 Random Things About Me Too and has co-edited two books, The noulipian Analects and Séance in Experimental Writing with Christine Wertheim. He is the editor and co-translator of Georges Batailles’ The Trial of Gilles de Rais.

------Les Figues Press, lesfigues.com

ABOUT RENÉE REYNOLDS Renée Reynolds is an American artist and writer who has been living in Shanghai since 2007. Her poem “History of a Future” was composed over the course of five years’ worth of Shanghai Metro trips and, in collaboration with Shanghai-based French designer Olivier Wyart, adapted to a video that won first prize in the 2011 Shanghai Tunnels Project competition and showed at Beijing TEDx 2012. Renée is also an active member of HALiterature (haliterature.com), a “postpat” writing collective and publisher.

Contact David Perry at dp102@nyu.edu  or 13761180110 with inquiries.