Damned Flowers: A Special Night of Poetry with Chilean Poets José Pablo Jofré and Sine Die

10 October, 2013 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

The NY ART Book Fear

A special night of fanzines, artist´s books, music and poetry with Chilean poets José Pablo Jofré (Berlin) and Sine Die (Chile). Musical accompaniment by GRIO.

October 10th, 7.30 PM
Book Thug Nation bookstore
100 North 3rd Street, Brooklyn, New York; between Berry Street and Wythe Avenue (L Train to Bedford Avenue)
We will have an afterparty in a place to be announced (RSVP at elpapermagazine@gmail.com)

José Pablo Jofré, poet and journalist based in Berlin. He has published Usted (2013) with Milena Berlin artist´s books independent publisher. His poem The Light Age was part of the poetic bombing action over London in 2012 by Casagrande collective. In 2010 he was awarded with the Prize City San Andreu de La Barca, Spain, for his poem La Danza de la Existencia.

Sine Die, poet who experiments with writing, video, photography and performance. She has published Eronías (Chile, 2005) and her artist book Sine Die is a work in progress in which she questions any family or social establishment. As a member of the interdisciplinary collective A la Sombra, she develops literary workshops within Chilean prisons.

The New York Art Book Fear is an international exhibition of artist’s books and fanzines to be announced soon at Local Project´s new location with works of different book artists from around the world: Printaboutme (Italy), Chisato Tamabayashi (Japan-London), Ratalia Espigadora (Chile-Barcelona), Milena Berlín (Berlin), Limit (Mexico), and eL Paper Magazine (New York).

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