Audio, interviews, and digital poems by Brazilian concrete poets (in Portuguese)
Concrete Poetry: Words and Sounds in Graphic Space
March 28–July 30, 2017Getty Research Institute
Drawn principally from the Getty Research Institute's collection of prints, artists' books, journals, and manuscripts documenting the international concrete poetry movement, this exhibition focuses on the visual, verbal, and sonic experiments of the 1950s, '60s, and '70s. Featuring works by foundational figures Augusto de Campos and Ian Hamilton Finlay, Concrete Poetry explores how these artists invented new forms such as cube poems and standing poems and continuously re-created their projects across media. Poetry by contemporaries including Henri Chopin, Ernst Jandl, Mary Ellen Solt, and Emmett Williams also plays a prominent role.
BRAZILIAN CONCRETE POETRY
Overview of the Noigandres group with audio and video resources
Includes a bibliography, poems, essays, and "clip-poemas"
IAN HAMILTON FINLAY
Ian Hamilton Finlay's greatest work of art, his sculptural garden Little Sparta
Photographs and video about Ian Hamilton Finlay's sculpture, Unda (Wave)
AROUND THE WEB
Exhibition website including audio files of the related symposium
Ernst Jandl's writings and life (in German)
Extensive archive of sound poetry including work by Hugo Ball, Augusto de Campos, Haroldo de Campos, Henri Chopin, Ernst Jandl, Kurt Schwitters, and Emmett Williams. A tribute to Mary Ellen Solt and her books Flowers in Concrete (1966) and Concrete Poetry–A World View (1968)