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  • [Call for Papers] Tuning in to the Neo-Avant-Garde - This conference focuses on the role of audio drama within the context of the neo-avant-garde from 1945 to the present, and it also welcomes papers dealing with genres bordering on the radio play, such as sound collage, radio opera, the radio essay, and the radio documentary. Next to the radio medium, other forms of dissemination […]
  • ENAG Meeting Brussels 2017 - The fourth international ENAG-meeting zooms in on the avant-garde in present-day literature, and on the mixture of genres in this type of literature. The meeting will take place between 30th of November and 1st of December 2017. The subject will be “Hybrid genres and the contemporary neo-avant-garde”.     For more information see our calendar […]
  • Conference Kraków 8-10 December 2017 – The Avant-Garde: Aesthetic Strategies and Participatory Art - ENAG cordially invites you to a conference organised by the Faculty of Polish Studies at Jagielloniann University together with The Center for the Documentation of the Art of Tadeusz Kantor. More information in the link below: Avant-Garde CfP Invitation
  • Third ENAG meeting: The proof of the pudding – Neo-avant-garde theory applied to neo-avant-garde texts - With good reason, the 20th century has been described as the century of the avant-gardes, regarding its aesthetic and even some of its political and scientific manifestations. While the historical avant-gardes (approx. 1910-1930) have received a good deal of theoretical attention, the post-war neo-avant-garde is still awaiting a thorough reappraisal of all its transdisciplinary and […]
  • Jesper Olsson on Tape Recording and Postwar Media Poetics - This talk, held on March 14, 2017 at KU Leuven, deals with the exploration of audiotape and tape recorders by poets and artists during the cold war period. Through a reading of works by Vito Acconci, David Antin, Henri Chopin, and others – focusing on issues of voice, signals, time, and performance – tape recording […]