Webcast sponsored by Irving K. Barber Learning Centre and hosted by the Department of Education. This presentation explores the use of procedural poetics... WATCH HERE
Poet Pirate Netbot: Ruminations on the undertaking of excess information. Funded doctoral research on exploring cultural conditions in contemporary online... READ HERE.
A collection of spam poetry. "... dust entered the room, your breakfast still warm clung to supper, clasping a..." read more SPOESIA
Kedrick James is a spoken word and multimedia artist, network theorist, teacher and academic researcher. His work applies concepts of procedural poetics and cultural recycling to words, sound and images. He was a classically trained musician who gave up that path to travel the world. He has since settled in Vancouver, Canada where he works as an instructor of language and literacy education focusing on applied linguistics and arts-based research at the University of British Columbia. His most recent accomplishments include producing an award-winning dissertation on the poetics of sustainability, an edited textbook on teaching English language in Canada, and a vinyl record called The Minute Album. Kedrick James is also a dedicated collector and vinyl archivist and sports a collection of over 6,000 records.
As a spoken word artist he has co-written and featured in musical performances with large chamber ensembles, jazz bands, noise and electronic music groups as well performing with sound artists and poets from around the world both in Canada and internationally.
Arthouse in the Field at the Slocan Park Fieldhouse, 2750 East 29th Avenue (next to 29th Avenue Skytrain Station) MAP.
February 21, 7-10 pm
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