53. Venice Biennale Net-Poetry Reading in Web Cam

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Event: Poetry Network / Net-Poetry Reading in Web Cam by Caterina Davinio
Where: San Servolo (VE), Piazza Baden Powell
When: Live events in web cam on October 9 2009. Recording on YouTube:
October 9 2009
Recorded readings on line until November 22 2009
Time: 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM (Italian time) Get info, time could be changed.
Info: e-mail: davinio.art.electronics@gmail.com

Audio/video events of poetry in networked live connection

SYNTESIS:. The Italian digital artist Caterina Davinio on October 9 will
realize in San Servolo (Venice) - in the context of the Venice Biennale /
Collateral Events - a poetry video-reading in web cam, together with poets
and artists from the world, who will bring their poetic presence in a
participative event of global communication.

NOTE: This collaborative performance is part of 53. Esposizione
Internazionale d'Arte La Biennale di Venezia - Eventi Collaterali 2009
MHO_Save The Poetry / By Fondazione Mare Nostrum

Opening: October 9 2009
Time: 03:PM - 04:00 PM (Italian time) Get info, time could be changed.

Curators: Fondazione Mare Nostrum, Marco Nereo Rotelli. Coordination: Elena
Lombardi. Curator of virtual events on line (Planetary & Interplanetary
Poetry Events): Caterina Davinio. Technical Assistance: Riccardo Preziosi.

Caterina Davinio, in connction with the poets and artists:
Stefano Donno (Italy Lecce), Vincenzo Bagnoli (Italy Bologna), Ruth Lepson
(USA), Phoebe Giannisi (Greece), Obododimma Oha (Nigeria), Nicole Mauro
(USA), Mirona Magearu (USA), Matteo Fantuzzi (Italy Bologna), Massimo Mori
(Italy Firenze), Lamberto Pignotti (Italy Roma), Italo Testa (France),
Gabriele Montagano (Italy Napoli), Francesco Muzzioli (Italy Roma, audio),
David Seaman (USA),Craig Saper (USA), Avi Rosen (Israel), Annamaria
Ferramosca (Italy Roma), Alfonso Siracusa (Italy Siracusa), Cristina
Vignocchi (Italy Sant'Andrea Pelago / Modena), Joseph Young (UK), Liliana
Ugolini (Italy Firenze, audio), Philip Meersman (The Netherlands), Juan Diaz
Infante (Mexico), Denis Belley (Quebec Canada), Annelisa Addolorato (Italy,
Milan), Mariapia Quintavalla (Italy, Milan), Anna Balint (Hungary), Elif
Sezen (Australia/Turchia), Mario Lunetta (Italy, Roma)

Genre: contemporary art/poetry, net-art, digital art, poetry, avant-garde