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La poésie motléculaire de Jacques Sivan

Jacques Sivan - La poésie motléculaire de Jacques Sivan
A collection of texts written between 1983 and 2016, enabling us to comprehend the singularity of Sivan's work. Prefaces in opening section offer insights into this unusual poetry, pointing the links between Sivan's poetic universe and those of Denis Roche, Raymond Roussel, Charles Olson, Maurice Roche, Marcel Duchamp
French poet Jacques Sivan (1955-2016) invented a poetry freed from codes and conventions of language to reflect the plural complexity of the world. With Vannina Maestri and Jean-Michel Espitallier, he created and directed the review Java. His poetry was published in leading journals of contemporary poetry (TXT, Revue de Littérature Générale, Doc(k)s, Action poétique, Res Poetica, etc.). He also collaborated with artists such as filmmaker Marie Poitevin and musician Cédric Pigot.

See also Jacques Sivan & Charles Pennequin; Cédric Pigot & Jacques Sivan.
 
Prefaces by Vannina Maestri, Jennifer K. Dick, Jean-Michel Espitallier, Emmanuèle Jawad, Luigi Magno, Gaëlle Théval.
 
published in October 2017
French edition
15 x 21 cm (softcover)
456 pages
 
25.00
 
ISBN : 978-2-84761-715-3
EAN : 9782847617153
 
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