1-3 pm, “Panorama Poetry”, feat. Charles Bernstein (curator), Shelly Hirsch, Tan Lin, Cecilia Vicuna, Tracie Morris, Julie Patton, and Kenny Goldsmith, performing work on the observation deck overlooking the legendary New York City Panorama, exploring the possibilities for a geographic poetics, a sound and light show of the mind in action.
Julie Patton is a poet and performance artist. She is the author of Using Blue To Get Black, Notes for Some (Nominally) Awake, and A Garden Per Verse (or What Else do You Expect from Dirt?).
Kenneth Goldsmith‘s most recent book are Seven American Deaths and Disasters and Uncreative Writing: Managing Language in the Digital Age.
Tracie Morris‘s sound improvisations can be seen and heard on PennSound; her most recent book is TDJ: To Do w/ John.
Shelley Hirsch is a vocal improvisor, composer, and story teller, who has performed with Christian Marclay, John Zorn, and many others.
Tan Lin is the ambient author of Seven Controlled Vocabularies and Obituary 2004. The Joy of Cooking and Insomnia and the Aunt.
Cecilia Vicuna has woven her way through art, performance, poetry and politics; from Chile, she lives in New York.
Charles Bernstein‘s most recent books are Attack of the Difficult Poems: Essays & Inventions and Recalculating (poems).