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  1. Jim Rosenberg

    was born in 1947 in Denver, Colorado, USA, and received my undergraduate education at Pomona College and my graduate education at the University of California at Berkeley -- both degrees being in mathematics. My poetry has appeared in several small magazines, including This, Tyuonyi, Interstate, Open Reading, Toothpick, Vort, and BUTTONS. I have performed my poetry at The San Francisco Poetry Center; Intersection, San Francisco; Cody's, Berkeley; St. Mark's Church in the Bowery, New York; The Kitchen, New York; Harvard University sponsored by The Grolier Poetry Bookstore; and numerous conferences. My works for simultaneous voices have been performed by radio stations KPFA Berkeley, WBAI New York, and VPRO Amsterdam; and by the Stanford New Music Ensemble. "Intermittence", a poem for four simultaneous voices and conductor, has been anthologized in Scores: An Anthology of New Music, ed. Roger Johnson, Shirmer Books, 1981. I have constructed the word environments Temporary Poetry 10/73, Les Salons Vides, San Francisco, and Permanent & Temporary Poetry 5/75, The Kitchen, New York.

    Patricia Tomaszek - 11.01.2011 - 12:41

  2. Edward Falco

    Edward Falco

    Jill Walker Rettberg - 14.01.2011 - 12:05

  3. Patrick-Henri Burgaud

    Patrick-Henri Burgaud was born in 1947 in France. In 1992, he left education to devote all his time to artistic practice -- monumental poetry, land art, visual poetry -- his early work focuses on the visual impact of the alphabet, the word. In 1996 he began exploring the potential of data processing. Computer generated poetry and animated poetry opened up a new dimension in his work. Since then, as technology developed, his research has turned to programmed art, generative art, interactivity and net art. He was the artistic director or e-poetry2007 Paris.

    Patricia Tomaszek - 14.01.2011 - 16:58

  4. Laurie Anderson

    Laura Phillips "Laurie" Anderson (born 5 June 1947) is an influential American experimental performance artist, composer and musician who plays violin and keyboards and sings in a variety of experimental music and art rock styles. (source: Wikipedia)

    Jill Walker Rettberg - 27.07.2011 - 22:19

  5. Steve McCaffery

    Steve McCaffery

    Scott Rettberg - 12.02.2013 - 11:28

  6. Tom Konyves

    Tom Konyves was one of the seven Vehicule Poets in Montreal in 1977. He put poetry on the buses (Poesie En Mouvement), wrote a monthly column for The Montreal Star (Poetry Corn-er), initiated a collaborative poem and its performance (Drummer Boy Raga: Red Light Green Light), and produced a series of 26 TV programs about the avant-garde of Montreal (Art Montreal); he also produced his first videopoems, a term he coined to describe his blending of poetry and video into an “inextricable union”. Meanwhile, the voice of his first book of poems (No Parking) blended its way into a parodic narrative, a veritable surrealist novella he called OOSOOM (pronounced as the letters not the word) published by BookThug.

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    Dan Kvilhaug - 13.03.2013 - 17:01

  7. John Perry Barlow

    John Perry Barlow is a retired Wyoming cattle rancher, a former lyricist for the Grateful Dead, and co-founder of the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Since May of 1998, he has been a Fellow at Harvard Law School's Berkman Center for Internet and Society.

    (Source: EFF Bio)

    Scott Rettberg - 30.06.2013 - 16:04

  8. José Augusto Mourão

    José Augusto Mourão

    Luciana Gattass - 02.07.2013 - 19:26

  9. Bruno Latour

    Bruno Latour, born in 1947 in Beaune, Burgundy, from a wine grower family, was trained first as a philosopher and then an anthropologist. From 1982 to 2006, he has been professor at the Centre de sociologie de l'Innovation at the Ecole nationale supérieure des mines in Paris and, for various periods, visiting professor at UCSD, at the London School of Economics and in the history of science department of Harvard University.

    He is now professor at Sciences Po Paris, after five years 2007-2012 as the vice-president for research. As of October 2013, he is part-time Centennial professor, at the LSE, London.

    Alvaro Seica - 14.02.2014 - 10:39

  10. Kathy Acker

    Kathy Acker (April 18, 1947 – November 30, 1997) was an American experimental novelist, punk poet, playwright, essayist, postmodernist and sex-positive feminist writer. She was influenced by the Black Mountain School poets, the writer William S. Burroughs, the artist and theoretician David Antin, French critical theory, feminist artists Carolee Schneeman and Eleanor Antin, and by philosophy, mysticism, and pornography.

    (Source: Wikipedia entry on Kathy Acker)

    Scott Rettberg - 02.10.2018 - 17:59