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14 February 2015, 11.30am-5pm

To complement the Ian Hamilton Finlay exhibition, Kettle’s Yard is supporting this one-day symposium. This symposium explores the active cross-fertilisation, exchange of ideas and regular correspondence between poets and curators living internationally during the late 1950s and 1960s including Stephen Bann, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Edwin Morgan in the UK, Ernst Jandl in Austria and Brazilian poets such as Edgard Braga, Augusto and Haroldo de Campos and Pedro Xisto.

Presentations from speakers Stephen Bann, Viviane C. da Annunciação, Vanessa Hannesschläger, Eduardo Kac, Drew Milne and Greg Thomas will contextualise these transnational exchanges in the light of broader developments internationally within literature and the visual arts of the period reflecting on networks and movements within concrete poetry, its critics and its lineage.

Organized by the Centre of Latin American Studies.

There will be a special drinks reception and private view of the exhibition at Kettle’s Yard at the end of the day.

Further information and registration for the symposium