Archivi tag: Alain Satié

“chaosmos” – garage cosmos, bruxelles

Sandro Ricaldone

CHAOSMOS
Garage Cosmos – Bruxelles
02 April – 01 May 2022

Pierre Albert-Birot, Art & Language (Michael Baldwin et Mel Ramsden), Jean-François Bory, Marcel Broodthaers, Bob Brown, Francesco Cangiullo, ‘Pascalino’ Cangiullo, Anne-Catherine Caron, Lewis Carroll, Henri Chopin, André du Colombier, Jean Crotti, Stephan Czerkinsky, Gilles Deleuze, Serge Vandercam et Christian Dotremont, Peter Downsborough, Marcel Duchamp, François Dufrêne, Alexandre Gherban, Jean-Pierre Gillard, Corrado Govoni, Raymond Hains, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Isidore Isou, James Joyce, Stéphane Mallarmé, Marcel Mariën, Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, E.L.T. Mesens, Bruno Munari, Paul Nougé, Paul Van Ostayen, Présence Panchounette, Dominique Rappez, Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes, Roland Sabatier, Alain Satié, Éric Satie, Jacques Spacagna, Tato, Oriol Villanova, Bernard Villers, Lawrence Weiner.

Influence of writers on the visual arts in the 19th and 20th centuries until today
The path which connects the artists in this exhibition traces a red thread, one described by Marc Partouche in his eponymous book La ligne oubliée (The Forgotten Line). These artists have most often escaped the vigilance of the general public. The end of the nineteenth century has seen the appearance of numerous pre-Dadaist art movements such as the Incoherents and other Fantaisistes, Fumistes, Hirsutes, Jarry and his pataphysics, La Bohème and its artists who have no artworks, but are not failed artists. Their presence is the anchor point for a new tradition and their manifestations are their contribution to the idea of a continuity in the forms of marginality and rupture in art. Our aim is to raise the incomprehension facing the unexpected, considered inappropriate positioning of the artists of the forgotten line to which this echoes a quote from Broodthaers, which reminded me of a recent email I received from Jacques André, who sent me the transcription of Broodthaers’s interview for the Robert Jones prize, which dates to the year 1974, of which here is an extract: Continua a leggere

asemic writing: “offline and in the gallery”, an asemic writing exhibit at minnesota (march 10th – may 28th, 2017)

Featuring Asemic Writing & Book Art from: Tim Gaze, Rosaire Appel, Luigi Serafini, Carlos M. Luis, Israel F Haros Lopez, Paul A Toth, Alain Satié, Jose Parlá, John M. Bennett, Marco Giovenale, Cecil Touchon, Scott Helmes, Derek Beaulieu, Brion Gysin, Satu Kaikkonen, Cheryl Penn, Raymond Queneau, Logan K. Young, Steve McCaffery, Xu Bing, Geof Huth, Gene Kannenberg Jr., Christopher Skinner, Max Ernst, Timothy Ely, Charles Stein, Gazaliel, Lucinda Sherlock, Volodymyr Bilyk, Catherine M. Bennett, Henri Michaux, Spencer Selby, Jim Leftwich, Louise Tournay, Abdourahamane Diarra, Joe Maneri, Michael Jacobson, Robyn Ellenbogen, Donna Maria De Creeft, Marilyn R Rosenberg, Francesco Aprile, Bill Beamer, Nuno De Matos, Lynn Alexander, Tony Burhouse, Scott Ross, Axel Calatayud,  Henry Denander, Jean-christophe Giacottino, Lin Tarczynski, Tom Cassidy, Ricky Brett, Edward Kulemin, Phil Openshaw, Kerri Pullo, Anneke Baeten, Benji Friedman, Laura Ortiz, John McConnochie, Kimm Kiriako, Sam Roxas Chua, Steven J Fowler, Tatiana Roumelioti, Ekaterina Samigulina & Yuli Ilyshchanska, Nico Vassilakis, mIEKAL aND, the unknown author of  The Voynich Manuscript, all the authors & artists in Asemic Magazine, everyone in John Moore William’s asemic issue of The Bleed, & including everyone in Paul A. Toth’s ALPHA BET A TEST: The Eye Am Eye Asemic Anthology: Language In The Act of Disappearing.

http://thenewpostliterate.blogspot.it/2017/02/asemic-writing-offline-and-in-gallery.html