giovedì 4 febbraio 2016

OSLO POESI FILM FESTIVAL / Dal 4 al 7 febbraio 2016

Dal 4 al 7 febbraio il festival Oslopoesi, a Oslo, Norvegia, curerà una conferenza e un percorso del lavoro di poesia elettronica dagli anni Novanta di Caterina Davinio, e in quel contesto  viene ripresentato anche l'antologia "Big Splash" (Fermenti), tratta dall'omonimo progetto di net-poetry a Palazzo reale di Napoli, con la partecipazione di molti artisti italiani interessati al progetto di 
Caterina Davinio.

Big Splash_Network poetico – Sala dorica di Palazzo Reale (OLE.01-Napoli).  OLE.01 – Festival internazionale della letteratura elettronica  / Napoli 1 ottobre – 3 novembre 2014

Servizio di RAI 2 sulla mostra OLE.01 di Palazzo Reale di Napoli, tra gli intervistati: Caterina Davinio, Olivier Auber, Philippe Bootz, Mario Costa.

7:00pm – 7:15pm

Opening of the festival

Opening of the festival by festival director Birgit Hatlehol.
Presentation of 
Tord Torpe’s festival teaser, and his poetry film Here, based upon a text by Frode Grytten. We will also announce the winner of our Instagram poetry competition.
7:15pm – 8:15pm
Thomas Zandegiacomo Del Bel introduces the genre and screens contemporary political poetry films: Violets (2004) by Feargal O’Malley(Northern Ireland), based on a poem by Adrian Fox, 02:50 min. Young David (2005) by Avi Dabach (Israel), poem by Yehuda Amichay, 05:30 min. The Gatekeeper (2010) by Rens van Meegen (Netherlands), 05:30 min. Gilgamesh’s Snake (2013) by Roxana Vilk (Iraq), poem by Ghareeb Iskander, 04:40 min. Again and again (2014) by Igor Andreevski (Croatia/Macedonia/Netherlands), 02:35 min. Out of the eye (2013) by Matthias Zuder(Austria/Germany), poem by Valerie Fritsch, 10:30 min. Love in the age of the EU (2014) by Ebele Okoye (Germany), poem by Björn Kuhligk, 03:00 min. System error (2013) by Guli Silberstein (Israel/Palestinian territories), poem by Yehuda Amichai, 04:15 min. 1700% Project: Mistaken for Muslim(2010) by Masahiro Sugano (United States), poem by Anida Yoeu Ali, 05:00 min.
8:45pm – 9:15pm
From #twaiku to ”twitterature" to I <3 a="" and="" by="" digital="" is="" nbsp="" poetry="" span="" talk="" this="" visual="" writing="">Maria Engberg (Sweden) about some of the myriad forms of digital literary arts. Q&A
9:15pm – 9:45pm
Reading @postcrunk and @yunawinter. Anna Axfors (Sweden), Alexander Fallo (Norway) and Steve Roggenbuck (US) discusses two american Twitteraccounts. Moderator: Merete Pryds Helle (Denmark).
10:00pm – 11:00pm
bySaila Susilioto (Finland), Erlend Nødtvedt (Norway), Steve Roggenbuck (USA).

11:00am – 5:30pm
Highlights from the history of poetry films, from the 19th to the 21st Century 
Soapsession - Bronka Nowicka, 20:31min
Highlights from the history of poetry films, from the 19th to the 21th Century
Solstici  - poem by Aurélia Lassaque ; video and pictures by Gaël Bonnefon; original music composed by Jodël Grasset Saruwatari. 15 min
Die Toteninsel - an opera by Sandór Valy.  
Highlights from the history of poetry films, from the 19th to the 21st Century
1:00pm – 4:00pm
Stefan Wrenfeldt and Beate Grimsrud are known for combining language, music, humour and philosophy in a poetic manner. Together with composer Bjarne Kvinnsland they will talk about their production and film language, and engage the audience in making poetic film with cell phones. For sign-up, send an e-mail with your name to
6:30pm – 7:15pm
- and its manifold possible expansions, today, in transmedial works (ranging from animated words to reticular, multilayered and nonlinear sentences) with examples chosen in the history of visual poetry and in my own practice. Talk by Pierre Alféri (France). Q&A
7:30pm – 8:00pm
Saila Susiluoto (Finland) will present Antikhytera, (2015), a tactile, interactive and audovisuell artwork based on Suisliuotoes overall idea, concept and poems. Antikhytera links together poetry, new technology, visual and sound art – researches and explores new forma and possibiliteis of digital narratives
8:15pm – 9:00pm
It was mine (2015) by Kajsa Næss (Norway), based upon a text by Paul Auster, 08:00 min. To thy heart (2013) by Ewa Borysewicz (Polen), 10.00 min.Vessela Dantcheva (Bulgaria) presents Marks & Verse prosject: A petty morning crime, poem by Georgi Gospodinov (03:58 min), Odeon, poem by Georgi Gospodinov (02:46 min), Natural novel in 8 chapters, poem by Georgi Gospodinov (04:05 min), Postindustrial, poem by Kaloyan Pramatarov (03:20 min), Milkmaid, poem by Dimitar Voev (02:35 min), and 100% Mood.
9:15pm – 10:00pm
Noen spørsmål om boksing (2001) by Beate Grimsrud (Norway) og Stefan Wrenfelt (Sweden) 6:14. Pamiec (2015) by Bronka Nowicka (Poland), 02.54 min. Eyes Touching, Fingers Seeing (2015) by Amalie Smith (Denmark), 15:00 min.
10:15pm – 11:00pm
Concert and film screening. 3 CONCRETELONG RONG SONGNAVN NOME NAME, kakaoase by Ottar Ormstad (Norway) and Taras Mashtalir(Russia), 16:09 min.

12:00pm – 6:00pm
Highlights from the history of poetry films, from the 19th to the 21st Century 
Soapsession - Bronka Nowicka, 20:31min
Highlights from the history of poetry films, from the 19th to the 21th Century
Solstici  - poem by Aurélia Lassaque ; video and pictures by Gaël Bonnefon; original music composed by Jodël Grasset Saruwatari. 15 min
Die Toteninsel - an opera by Sandór Valy.  
Highlights from the history of poetry films, from the 19th to the 21st Century
12:15pm – 1:00pm
Barnas Poesidag - The best of Norwegian Poetry film for children:
(Mikrofilm/Kine Aune). Morningbird and Murmelton on Winter Holiday (2014) by Anette Saugestad Helland, 03:19 min. Maratonmannen (2015) by Hanne Berkaak, 08:00 min. Kråkebollebilly by Magnhild Winsnes, 02:16 min. Me and My Muolton (2014) by Toril Kove, 11:46 min. The Baker (2011) by Kine Aune, based on a poem by Ingen Hagerup, 04:00 min. The Magic Times (2013) by Kine Aune, 08:00 min. Hva skal vi gjøre med lille Jill? (1987) byKine Aune, 10:00 min.
1:15pm – 1:45pm
Digital literature is often read on a screen, but it´s still possible to use the digital platforms as a way to invigorise the ear, the eye and the body as part of the literary experience. Make sense of Merete Pryds Helles apps with your senses.
2:00pm – 2:45pm
What, why and when. Alt-lit, twitter, instragram, blogs and so one. Anna AxforsKenneth Pettersen and Steve Roggenbuck. Moderator: Alexander Fallo. A talk about e-poetry, alt-lit and publishing on the Internet, as artists and publishers. How does the Internet influence the way these poets form their language and the way these presses do their business?
Steve Roggenbuck started the ’vegan co-op + poetry publisher’ Boost House with some friends, and the press has, along with Roggenbuck himself, a big output of content on social media, in addition to publishing print books. The Scandinavian small press AFV Press runs in a similar vein, and publishes internet-savvy poets, who may or may not let their internet-savvyness seep into their poetic practices. Swedish Fame Factory publishes young millennial poets in easy-to-read, easy-to-publish .pdfs. Alexander Fallo publishes poems on Instagram, and has got 3800 followers and still counting. He moderates the talk between the poets/founders.

2:45pm – 3:15pm
A route in the work of the Italian writer and new media artist Caterina Davinio, a pioneer of digital poetry, video poetry and net poetry since 1990.
3:30pm – 4:00pm
KHIB biblioteket (2013) by Tord Torpe (Norway), 01.40 min. Sveve, sveve (2011) by Kristian Pedersen (Norway), 2.46 min. Evighetsbarna (2015) byBeate Grimsrud (Norway), 10:03 min. The artists discuss their poetry films.
6:30pm – 7:00pm

Talk by Piotr Marecki (Polen).
7:00pm – 7:45pm
Steve Roggenbuck (US) presents I'd rather make internet content than a fucking baby and other new works.
8:00pm – 8:30pm
Catastrophe Trilogy (2011-14), co-produced by Roderick (direction) and Scott Rettberg (writing), 20:00 min.
8:45pm – 9:15pm
Terraforming (2013) by Johannes Heldén (Sweden), 06.40 min. The performance RUSL-Trash in Iceland and the film In memory: Jökull (2016) by A. Rawlings  (Iceland), 10+10 min.
9:15pm – 9:45pm
Jessie Kleemann (Greenland), Pierre Alféri (France), Aurélia Lassaque (France).
10:15pm – 11:00pm
Concert by


1:00pm – 1:45pm

Killerbird (2015) and Reconciliation (2015) by Ivalo Frank (Greenland) and Jessie Kleemann (Greenland), 13:36 + 30:00 min.
2:00pm – 3:00pm
Dorzecze Różewicza (2011) by Artur Burszta (Poland), 53.55 min. Documentary featuring contemporary Polish poets on how Różewicz has influenced their writing.
3:15pm – 4:15pm
The last bohemian (2014) by Fabian Greenberg (Norway), 48:00 min. A portrait of the Jewish-Norwegian author and musician Øystein Wingaard Wolf.
4:30pm – 5:30pm

The Cypress Deep Down (2015) by Nikos Kornilius (Greece), 60:12 min