Robert Swereda is the author of Signature Move (KFS press) and re:verbs (Bareback press) and has published work in Canadian and international journals.
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Friday, September 18, 2015
Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Rob Flint is an artist whose work uses the idea of the voice, in spoken and written form, with sound and text. He was educated at Sussex University, Royal College of Art, and University of the Arts, London. In the ‘90s he played tiny European venues with little-known electronica quartet ‘Ticklish’. Since 2006, with Christine Sullivan, he created a series of works exploring description and narration, including 'The Bill Burroughs Memorial Choir', and 'Conversation Piece' in 'Hlysnan' at Casino Luxembourg in Luxembourg. Recently his speech/audio work ‘Flock Mnemonics’ was commissioned for the Sound Wall in The Collection in Lincoln, UK. He regularly attends the Writers Forum Workshop at Goldsmiths College in London.
Friday, September 4, 2015
Poet; graphic artist; sound artist: curator. Poetry: Three walking poems forthcoming; wrack; Memory Fictions; & Unframed Pictures. + Commentaries on Bob Cobbing. Co-edited Word Score Utterance Choreography with Bob Cobbing. Singing Marram (for solo viola, violist Benedict Taylor); CD. Dark Voices CD + Possibles (forthcoming CD), both with Taylor) Numerous live text-sound compositions with John Levack Drever. Solo exhibitions 2012 & 1981. Directs Writers Forum. Visiting Research Fellow in Music, Goldsmiths, University of London. lawrenceupton.org