Presentations, performances, releases, talks, encounters. PO.EX related. [Text. Links]
Árvore – Cooperativa de Actividades Artísticas, CRL., is pleased to invite you to the inauguration of the exhibition by EMERENCIANO…
Continue reading “Exhibit by Emerenciano – Caderno de Notas de um Eterno Repetido [Árvore, Oporto, 23-02 to 31-03-2018]”
Saturday, February 24th at 6:00 pm, presentation of the Parlatório by Nuno Miguel Neves (anthropologist and Ph.D. candidate in Materialidades da Literatura), José Neves (actor at D. Maria II National Theater), Américo Rodrigues (sound poet). Followed by audition, Free entrance.
Continue reading “Presentation of Américo Rodrigues’ «Parlatório» [Zé dos Bois, Lisbon, 24-02-2018]”
King’s College, London, UK (2 – 3 July 2018) & CIAC-ISMAI, Porto, PT (5 – 6 July 2018).
Deadline for abstracts: 12 April 2018.
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PO.EX Authors >
Authors who have participated in the collective and historical publications of Portuguese Experimental Poetry and who constituted the original corpus of this Digital Archive >
Po-ex.net Authors >
Experimental Poetry authors invited to integrate the Digital Archive of PO.EX >
Other authors >
Authors who are mentioned in texts from this Archive and authors who have written about Portuguese Experimental Poetry for this archive.
Texts about these authors>
Alberto Pimenta | Alexandre O’Neill | Álvaro Lapa | António Areal | António Ramos Rosa | António Sena | Arnaldo Antunes | Augusto de Campos | Camões | Clarice Lispector | Décio Pignatari | Edgard Braga | Ernesto de Sousa | Erthos Albino de Souza | Eurico Gonçalves | Fernando Nabais | Fernando Pessoa | Florbela Espanca | Herberto Helder | James Joyce | João Vieira | Jorge Lima Barreto | Jorge Luis Borges | Jorge Pinheiro | Maria Teresa Horta | Mário Cesariny | Nuno Júdice | Pedro Xisto | Raul Brandão | Stuart Moulthrop | Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen
Texts/works by these authors>
Abílio Cavalheiro | Adriano Gabriel Buzello | Agustín Pérez Rubio | Albano Martins | Alberto Carneiro | Alberto da Costa e Silva | Alexandra Antunes | Alex Bodea | Almeida e Sousa | Amador Ribeiro Neto | Ana Branca | Ana Cristina Joaquim | Ana Isabel Moniz | Ana Luísa Barão | Ana Maria Machado | Ana Paixão | Ana Sousa Dias | Anabela Galhardo Couto | Anabela Garcia | André Luiz do Amaral | Andreia Nogueira | Angela Guida | Ângelo de Lima | Antonio Abernú | António Barahona da Fonseca | António Carlos Cortez | António Carlos Valente | Antonio Gómez | António Olaio | António Pedro Pita | António Preto | António Ramos Rosa | Arlete dos Santos Petry | Arnaldo Saraiva | Audrei de Carvalho | Augusta Vilalobos | Azevedo Machado | Beatriz Serrão | Bruna Valter | Carla Teixeira | Carlos Amaral | Carlos Barroso | Carlos Francisco de Morais | Carlos Martins | Carlos Mendes de Sousa | Carlos Nogueira | Carolina Anglada de Rezende | Carolina Martins | Catarina Figueiredo Cardoso | Catherine Dumas | Celeste Cerqueira | Cidália Fachada | Clara Almeida Santos | Cláudia Madeira | Cláudio Fajardo | Cláudio Teixeira | Craig Hill | C. T. Funkhouser | Cristiano de Sales | Cristina Marques | Cynthia Neves | Daniela Côrtes Maduro | Daniele Giampà | Débora Cristina Santos e Silva | Diana Pimentel | Diogo Gomes | Dom Sylvester Houédard | Duarte Faria | Edgar Franco | Edgard Braga | Eduarda Mota | Eduardo Paz Barroso | Edwar de Alencar Castelo Branco | Egídio Álvaro | Elaine Cristina Duarte | Elisa Gomes da Costa | Elsa Simões | Emanuel Dimas de Melo Pimenta | Emilio Villa | Enzo Minarelli | Eric Eroi Messa | Ernesto de Sousa | Estela Rodrigues | Eunice Gonçalves Duarte | Eunice Ribeiro | Eurico Gonçalves | Fábio Fernandes | Fábio Oliveira Nunes | Fabrizio Augusto Poltronieri | Fátima Pitta Dionísio | Feliciano de Mira | Fernanda Bonacho | Fernando Dias | Fernando Galrito | Fernando Guimarães | Fernando J. B. Martinho | Fernando Nabais | Fernando Paulouro | Fernando Ramalho | Flaviano Maciel Vieira | Francisca Ramalho | Friedrich W. Block | Geovanna Marcela Guimarães | Giancarlo Cavallo | Gilda Santos | Gillo Dorfles | Giovanna di Rosario | Guillermo Deisler | Hans-Jorgen Nielsen | Haroldo de Campos | Helena A. M. Pereira | Helena Rebelo | Helena Santana | Henri Chopin | Herberto Helder | Horácio Costa | Hugo Barreira | Hugo Oliveira | Ian Hamilton Finlay | Ilda Teresa de Castro | Ilídio Ribeiro | Inês Cardoso | Isabel Almeida | Isabel Duarte | Izabela Leal | Isabel Maria Dos | Isabel Monteiro | Isabel Nogueira | Isabel Pires | Isabel Santa Clara | Irina Bajini | Jaime Isidoro | Jean-François Robic | Jelena Novak | Johanna Drucker | João Barrento | João Fernandes | João Mendes Ribeiro | João Rui de Sousa | João Santa Cruz | João Silvério | João Sousa Cardoso | João Urbano | João Vieira | Joëlle Ghazarian | John Byrum | Jorge Bacelar | Jorge Leandro Rosa | Jorge Listopad | Jorge Luiz Antonio | Jorge Pais de Sousa | Jorge Peixinho | José Alberto Ferreira | José Augusto-França | José Augusto Mourão | José Blanc de Portugal | José Carlos Seabra Pereira | José de Sainz-Trueva | José Luiz Valero Figueiredo | José Manuel Esteves | José Manuel Torres | José Martins Garcia | José Neves | José Tolentino Mendonça | Joseph M. Figueres | Juliana Pinho | Julio Campal | Júlio Pinto | Jürgen O. Olbrich | Karla Sachse | Kátia Caroline de Matia | Laís Corrêa de Araujo | Laura Castro | Leonor Martins Coelho | Leopoldino Serrão | Lígia Bernardino | Liliana Vasques | Luciana Beatriz Chagas | Lucilo Antônio Rodrigues | Luís Adriano Carlos | Luís Alves de Matos | Luís de Camões | Luís Carlos Petry | Luis Fabricio de Lima Odassi | Luis Tranquada | Luís Veiga Leitão | Luísa Gonçalves | Mafalda Costa | Manaíra Athayde | Mandrágora | Manoel Barbosa | Manuel de Lima | Manuel de Seabra | Manuel Frias Martins | Manuel Simões | Margarida Anjos Amaro | Margarida Brito Alves | Maria Alberta Meneres | Maria Augusta Babo | Maria da Glória Bordini | Maria de Lurdes Afonso | Maria de Fátima Lambert | Maria do Carmo Castelo Branco de Sequeira | Maria do Socorro Carvalho | Maria dos Prazeres Gomes | Maria Estela Guedes | Maria Filomena Molder | Maria Heloísa Martins Dias | Maria Inês Castro e Silva | Maria Irene Ramalho | Maria João Fernandes | Maria Leonor Figueiredo | Mário Cesariny de Vasconcelos | Mário Lisboa Duarte | Mário Vieira de Carvalho | Mathilde Ferreira Neves | Matilde Gonçalves | Mauricio Gabriel Santos | Maurício Pontuschka | Maurício Salles de Vasconcelos | Mike Weaver | Morgana Rech | Nara Rúbia Xavier | Natascha Gomes Paiva | Nei Leandro de Castro | Nelson Veríssimo | Nuno Ferreira | Nuno M Cardoso | Nuno Miguel Neves | Omar Khouri | Otávio Guimarães Tavares | Otávio Filho | Ottfried Zielke | Pablo del Balico | Pádua Fernandes | Patrícia Rosas Prior | Paula Morão | Paulo Andringa | Paulo Filipe Monteiro | Paulo Pires do Vale | Pedro Almeida | Pedro Reis | Pedro Sena-Lino | Pedro Xisto | Piero Ceccucci | Pierre Garnier | Phill Niblock | Quirinus Kuhlmann | Rafael Villari | Raquel Monteiro | Raquel Santos | Ricardo Nicolau | Rita Grácio | Rita Macedo | Rodrigo Melo | Rogério Barbosa da Silva | Rosa Maria Martelo | Rui Carita | Rui Orfão | Rui Nepomuceno | Rui Zink | Sandra Guerreiro Dias | Sandy Baldwin | Sara Lacerda Campino | Severino Rodrigues | Silvana Oliveira | Sindre Sørensen | Sofia Frank | Sonia Melchiori Galvão | Sónia Pina | Stephan Jürgens | Suzana Pagot | Tiago Schwäbl | Teresa Gonçalves Lobo | Thierry Proença dos Santos | Túlia Saldanha | Uwe Warnke | Vera Carvalho | Vinicius Carvalho Pereira | Vítor Freitas | Yara Frateschi Vieira
The creation of a taxonomy for organizing and classifying a diverse array of materials such those that constitute the digital archive of Portuguese Experimental Literature is a challenging task for the researchers. Our system for organizing a selected corpus combines several typologies of classification, organized in two main areas: Materialities and Transtextualities.
The medium of the items, i.e., their material nature.
Performative > Readings and other artistic practices which are performed live with the possibility of audience participation: Audio recordings, Photographs, Video recordings of live Performances, Readings and Plays, as well as their Preparatory texts.
Planographic > Bidimensional works presented on flat surfaces using various techniques of inscription: Calligraphies, Collages, Drawings, Paintings, Printing, Digital Printing, Electrographies, Engravings, Letraset, Letterpress, Serigraphies, Stencils, and Typescripts.
Digital > Works produced by computational processes (generative, permutational, intermedia, etc.), as well as their related documents: Codes, Emulations, Preparatory texts, Printed texts, Recreations, and Rereadings.
Three-dimensional > Permanent or ephemeral three-dimensional works presented or installed in art galleries, buildings, parks, and other private or public spaces: Artists’ Books, Assemblages, Installations (Photographs, Preparatory Texts), Object-poems, Sculptures.
Phonographic > Works that were originally conceived as sound recordings, as well as related documents: Typescripts, Phonograms, Scores, and Preparatory texts.
Videographic > Works that were originally conceived as videopoems or other kinds of videoworks, as well as related documents: Storyboards, Videograms (Preparatory texts, Photographs), Videograms.
System of “relations” which includes reflexive manifestations of the symbolic systems involved.
Autograph Metatextualities > Texts about the works and artistic practices produced by the authors themselves: Afterwords, Articles in Magazines and Journals, Articles in Newspapers, Books and Monographs, Chapters in Books, Critical Essays, Documentaries, Interviews, Introductions, Manifestos, Prefaces, Reviews, Theses and Dissertations.
Alograph Metatextualities > Texts about the works and artistic practices produced by agents other than the authors: Afterwords, Articles in Magazines and Journals, Articles in Newspapers, Books and Monographs, Chapters in Books, Critical Essays, Documentaries, Interviews, Introductions, Prefaces, Reviews, Theses and Dissertations.
Paratextualities > Textual elements that help to frame works and artistic practices: Catalogues, Covers, and Posters.
Hypertextualities > Texts that are explicitly derived from other texts: Citations – textual fragments from different sources -, Parodies and pastiches, as well as all texts that rewrite or explicitly refer other texts.
The projects that made possible the creation of the PO.EX Digital Archive ended in February 2012. And thus, funding from FCT and EU, which has allowed us to contract services, human resources (scholarships, consultants), and dissemination (missions) has ended as well. While new forms of funding does not arise, maintenance and ongoing management of this Archive is guaranteed by Rui Torres, with the unconditional support, friendship and patience of the authors represented here. (Thank you!)
Po-ex.net is a member of CELL-Consortium on Electronic Literature, of the ELO-Electronic Literature Organization. The Consortium on Electronic Literature is an initiative aimed at developing partnerships among organizations, universities, and publishers for the purpose of sharing research in the area of electronic literature. CELL stems from a desire to establish cooperative communication among databases devoted to electronic literature worldwide. In a word, the goal of CELL is interoperability.
Members of CELL :
- ebr – Electronic Book Review
- ELMCIP – Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice
- Hermeneia – The Literary Studies and Digital Technologies Research Group
- I ♥ E-Poetry
- LIKUMED – LIteratur KUnst und neue MEDien
- NT2 – The Canadian Directory of Electronic Literatures
- PO.EX – PO.EX’70-80 – Digital Archive of Portuguese Experimental Literature
Representants of Po-ex.net in CELL:
- Editorial Board > Rui Torres (UFP) e Manuel Portela (FLUC)
- Delegate > Bruno Ministro (PhD student, Materialities of Literature, FLUC)
- Technical team > José Manuel Torres (UFP)
- ELD Working Group > Daniela Côrtes Maduro
This project also has the institutional support of the Gabinete de Apoio ao Desenvolvimento da Investigação of UFP.
And what now, José? > Now we are motivated to continue. So we are interested in finding new partnerships and fundings in order to ensure a sustainable development of this Digital Archive…
Interested in knowing more about this project? Read some of the recommendations, reviews and references we are receiving. Or build a list of all the articles available here with references to the PO.EX Archive.
This area of the Digital Archive of PO.EX aims to disseminate exhibitions, shows, cycles and other activities related to Portuguese Experimental Poetry.
The «Ana Hatherly: Anagram of Writing» cycle took place at Cais do Sodré, Lisbon, between 06-30-2016 and 06-07-2016, during the Festival Silêncio 2016, having as Commissioner Manuel Portela.
Presentation and Remixing of the Digital Archive of Portuguese Experimental Literature. Five (5) sessions with debate and audiovisual remix by Retroescavadora – an artistic intervention collective. Guests: André Sier, Bruno Ministro. First Saturdays from January to May 2015, at 5:00 p.m., at Livraria Gato Vadio, Porto.
Collective exhibits involving authors or works related to experimental poetry, in museums, galleries or other spaces.
Individual exhibits of authors related to experimental poetry, in various museums, galleries and other spaces.
The cycle “In the PO.EX Writings” took place in Casa da Escrita, in Coimbra, between 2012 and 2013, having as Commissioner Jorge Pais de Sousa.
The PO.EX Spaces section invites researchers, digital curators and other interested parties to use the works available in this Archive for the creation of virtual exhibitions.
Principal Researcher > Rui Torres
Researchers > Pedro Reis, Pedro Barbosa, Maria do Carmo Castelo Branco, Elisa Costa, Elsa Simões, José Manuel Torres, Nuno M. Ribeiro, Ana C. Moutinho, Eduardo Paz Barroso, Manuel Portela, Débora Silva, Fabiano Correa da Silva, João Donga and Maria do Céu Melro.
Po-ex.net team >
- Rui Torres (editor)
- Bruno Ministro (co-editor)
- Álvaro Seiça
- Daniela Côrtes Maduro
- Manaíra Athayde
- Sandra Guerreiro Dias
Authors [cf. full list with links] > Abílio-José Santos (1926-1992), Álvaro Neto/Liberto Cruz, Américo Rodrigues, Ana Hatherly, Antero de Alda, António Aragão (1921-2008), António Barros, António Dantas, António Nelos, Armando Macatrão, César Figueiredo, E. M. de Melo e Castro, Emerenciano, Fernando Aguiar, Gabriel Rui Silva, Jorge dos Reis, José-Alberto Marques, Manuel Portela, Pedro Barbosa, Salette Tavares (1922-1994) and Silvestre Pestana.
Friends of the project > In addition to the authors, researchers, consultants and scholarship holders of the projects, we would like to thank some people who have contributed positively to the development of Po-ex.net: Alckmar dos Santos, Alegna Cammarano, Alexandra Antunes, Anabela G. e Bruno C. (and family of Abílio-José Santos), Ana Santos (LabTV – UFP), aranhiças & elefantes, Audrei de Carvalho, Catarina Figueiredo Cardoso, Charles Baldwin, Cláudio Fajardo, Claus Cluver, Daniel Pires (Maus Hábitos), Eugenio Tisselli, Eunice Ribeiro, Friedrich W. Block, Gloria Bordons, Isabel Basto, João Fernandes, José Bacelar, Laura Borràs, Lis Costa, Luís Aly, Luís Carlos Petry, Mandrágora, Marcos Aragão Correia (son of António Aragão), Miguel Azguime, Nuno F. Ferreira, Nuno M Cardoso, Philippe Bootz, Salette Brandão (daughter of Salette Tavares, Scott Rettberg, Sónia Oliveira (Serralves Library) and University Fernando Pessoa.
Copyright > The documents available in the PO.EX Digital Archive [texts, images, sounds, videos, software] are digital representations of works with clearly identified authors. These authors, or their legal representatives, have authorized the reproduction/presentation of those documents here, but they are the only legal copyright holders of the works. The (re)use of works reproduced here thus implies an explicit authorization by the authors that you, dear reader, must get. While we can, in some cases, assist you and facilitate such contacts, we hold no liability for unauthorized publications.
Article by Eduardo Paz Barroso establishing correspondences between some Portuguese artists and the universe of visual poetry, thus discussing aspects of the Portuguese poetry of the 1960s. [Pdf]
In > Journal of Artists’ Books, Number 32, Columbia College Chicago, Center for Book and Paper Arts, pp. 21-28. Fall 2012. ISSN 1085-1461.
From the Introduction > When considering the relations between Concretism, Experimentalism and fine arts in Portugal, we are referred to the universes of Cubist collage, to the mental associations of Surrealism, to Informalism and action painting. All these aesthetic trends provide the means and contexts for new forms of visual thinking that experimental poetry formulates, questioning and self-questioning in accordance with principles that expose the poetic creation simultaneously as creation and theoretical enunciation. Several points of contact and aesthetic affinities between this trend and some of the most significant moments of the Portuguese plastic production are perfectly identifiable. However, it is still insufficiently explored the critical analysis inherent to a pictorial corpus interrogated from the concerns and attitudes of experimental poetry and concrete poetry.
The place of poetry in modern and contemporary Portuguese literature marks a kind of originality without a name. More than a pure purpose of language and its subject, it is an accelerated experimentation. This is due both to the dizzying capacity of the “saying” as to the imagery of the word that breaks through as a “pluri-significant” event full of oniric possibilities. In this context, the term Literature has not so much its institutional and ideological meaning which refers to a “theory of literature”, but is rather an “archipelago of metaphors” (Lourenço, 1988:205), each metaphor with its own filament, its demarcation of episodes where language breaks all the grammars, according to criteria of solitary poetic authorship, which is always the condition of an “I” that resists the critique reunification with the “person” of the author.
External link > http://www.journalofartistsbooks.org/jab32/issue.html