SCREE Magazine presents

Saturday 14th June 2014
7.30pm, £3 entry at the door

SCREE in association with Syndicate is proud to present an evening of experimental poetry, music and visual art


This evening raises its glass to Dick Higgins who said: ‘The idea has arisen, as if by spontaneous combustion throughout the entire world, that these points are arbitrary and only useful as critical tools, in saying that such-and-such a work is basically musical, but also poetry. This is the intermedial approach, to emphasize the dialectic between the media… As with the cubists, we are asking for a new way of looking at things. We do not ask any more to speak magnificently of taking arms against a sea of troubles, we want to see it done.’

Stimulation, provocation and/or happiness guaranteed.
£3 at door for 7.30pm start.

(SCREE logo by Emma Tudor-Bloch)


ANAK-ANAK is the solo project of Anneke Kampman, one half of Conquering Animal Sound, who creates human-machine music by exploring her voice as an object; words becoming layers and counterpoint. Her new work poses questions around probability, neuroscience and philosophy of mind; applying mathematics to tape, analogue synthesisers and sequencers.

Sarah Hayden is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of English in University College Cork, where she is completing her monograph, Curious Disciplines: Mina Loy and Avant-Garde Artisthood for publication by University of New Mexico Press. She is a co-organizer of the SoundEye and Avant festivals in Cork and the Modernisms Research Centre at UCC and co-editor at Return to DEFAULT. In 2013, her first chapbook, Exteroceptive, came out from Wild Honey Press and her second, System Without Issue, from Oystercatcher. Other poems have appeared in SCREE, The Internal Leg and Cutlery Preview, Cleaves, Steamer and Maintenant. Besides poetry, she is mostly about art, and votes modernism-formalism-minimalism in all appropriate contexts.

Robert Kiely is a poet and critic based in London, a book of poetry is forthcoming from DUNNO YET. His poems have appeared in streetcake magazine, VLAK, and others. Prose has appeared in Vantage, SCREE, and MATERIALS. He is completing a PhD on the work of Samuel Beckett. With Ollie Evans he runs the publishing and events venture STOMA.

Richard Taylor is an artist based in Edinburgh. His visual practice often confronts the ability text has to record and transform experience, leading to published works and live readings with apparatus. Recent projects include The Hidden Door Festival 2014, Edinburgh, with Totes Colo Collective; PerformingNOW, Generator Projects, Dundee; ‘Epigone’, Basement Arts Project, Leeds; ‘Gnommero Visibility’ co-edited artists journal, Glasgow; ‘COLLIDER’, Mexico Project Space, Leeds, as part of Embassy’s Residency Exchange 2013.

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