E was a magazine of experimental and performance writing, visual, concrete, and sound poetry, edited by Marshall Reese and composer Eugene Carl.
The famous ‘Phonetic poems’ from Dadaist Hausmann – remastered from original tapes with a 40 pages booklet including typescripts and texts.
In Dutch. “sound of birds in a dune valley on Schouwen, an hour before sunrise and an hour after sunset on 7th of may 2013”. Toine Horvers is a Rott..(read more)
This is the first comprehensive overview of the life and work of the pioneering British concrete and sound poet Bob Cobbing (1920–2002). It addresses all aspe..(read more)
Homage to the work and life of Sten Hanson (1936-2013), the Swedish artist who created pioneering work in the visual arts as well as performance art and sound p..(read more)
Finally, his best of! A collection of sound poems from the last 30 years. Vocal acrobatics, word games, electronic sounds, it’s all there to convince you ..(read more)
Steve Marreyt (from Kraak), tackles Schwitters’ famous ‘Ursonate’ in a peculiar way… when he was drunk! Tape cover comes in various colo..(read more)
Reissue of a cassette from 1978, that appeared on initiative of Ulises Carrión, now edited anew by G.J. de Rook. Fantastic to have this material available agai..(read more)
The Australian artist group Arf Arf writes and performs polyphonic sound poetry. Besides this, most of the members make experimental films and animations. Marcu..(read more)
'Deep Fried' a collaboration between Dutch artists Jaap Blonk And Roger Zuydervelt (aka Machinefabriek) is a crispy-rustic artifact for Glitch fans th..(read more)