November 4 - December 17, 2011

Bibi Calderaro, Deric Carner, Brendan Fernandes, Angela Detanico & Rafael Lain, Rossana Martinez, Tom Moody, Trong Gia Nguyen, Jennifer Schmidt, Dannielle Tegeder, and Andrea Van Der Straeten.

Rossana Martinez, "See the World in Orange and Blue," 2011

Rossana Martinez, "See the World in Orange and Blue," 2011


Poets: Jean-Sébastien Baillat, Jen Bervin, Ray Bianchi, Macgregor Card, Nico Pam Dick, Kenneth Goldsmith, Thessia Machado, Benjamin Moreno, Charles Perrone, Steve Savage, and Edwin Torres.

Curated by: Sharmila Cohen, Paul Legault, Michelle Levy with lead consultant Charles Perrone

EFA Project Space, in collaboration with Telephone present Telefone Sem Fio: Word-Things of Augusto de Campos Revisted.  This exhibition uses the work of the Brazilian poet Augusto de Campos as a catalyst for an experimental multi-disciplinary exercise in which an outstanding group of poets, translators and artists, who exist across a continuum of text, sound and visual expression, invent translations of select examples of De Campos' work.

Augusto de Campos is a poet, translator, music critic, and visual artist whose work emphasizes the direct connections between language, sound, and image.  He was one of the originators of Concrete Poetry, an international movement that began in the 1950s and continues to influence the work of musicians, visual artists, and writers today.

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November 4, 7:45 pm: Opening Reception & Performances by Thessia Machado and Nico Pam Dick.


November 11, 6:00 – 8:00pm, The Inter-Arts Poetics of Augusto de Campos, A Conversation with Charles A. Perrone and Guests

December 16, 6:00 – 8:00pm, A Night of Collaborative Translation