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Past events

  • 7th ENAG meeting ULiège/CIPA – Reappropriation(s) and the ENAG - The topic of the Liège meeting is the (re)appropriation of forms and materials as a typical strategy of neo-avant-garde literature as manifested notably in collage, ready mades, cut-ups, found art, as well as reenactments and reinterpretations of already existing forms.
  • ENAG Workshop 30 November 2018 Ghent: The Audible Neo-Avant Garde - 10:00-12:30 PRESENTATIONS AND DISCUSSION Roland Innerhofer: Acoustic Sensualisation of the Signs in the Works of the Wiener Gruppe Inge Arteel, Lars Bernaerts, Siebe Bluijs, and Ruben Vanden Berghe: The Literary Radio Play in the Low Countries (1960-2000) Presentation of the ongoing research project 2016-2020 12:30-13:30 LUNCH 13:30-15:30 ENAG BOARD MEETING
  • International Conference 28-29 November in Ghent: Tuning in to the Neo-Avant-Garde - Experimental radio plays in the postwar period Keynote speakers: Daniel Gilfillan (Arizona State University) Jesper Olsson (Linköping University) Jarmila Mildorf (Paderborn University) Karin Bijsterveld (Maastricht University) Information and registration:   Poster Tuning in to the Neo-Avant-Garde_def Programme_Tuning in to the Neo-Avant-Garde_
  • ENAG Meeting Paris 2018 - This international ENAG-meeting focuses on the interface between literature and visual arts and also discusses the visualisation of literature. The meeting will take place on the 13th and 14th of September 2018 at the library of the Fondation Biermans-Lapôtre in Paris.     For more information see our calendar or the Programme.
  • International Symposium Embodied Words 2018 - Embodied Words Concrete and Visual Poetry in Italy and Belgium in the 60s and 70s Italian Cultural Institute, Brussels May 24 – 25, 2018 Stemming from Italian and Russian Futurism, German Dadaism, French Simultanéisme and Lettrism, the analytical reflection on language and the dialectical tension between words and images have deeply informed art and literature […]