In Naam Der Kunst

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Logo INK spots i-1“I.N.K. (In Naam der Kunst) Collective invites you to shift your perspective during their Amsterdam debut at Dokhuis Galerie on the 19th of August, from midday until 23.30. This day long happening will feature intuitive paintings, insightful sound installation, confrontational performance art, and other multidimensional multimedia. I.N.K. Collective explores themes of metamorphosis and rebirth while attempting to reveal the repressed and transmit the awakening of consciousness. I.N.K. Collective focuses on community where all are welcome and no one is the star. Come eat, drink, connect, simply be. Join us in transformation and growth in the name of Art. Check it out on Facebook!
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For more information about I.N.K. Collective, please visit: inkcollective.org 

Rough Night Press will be collaborating with I.N.K. Collective for their Amsterdam debut by hosting performances of Nina Zivancevic and win harms.

Poet, essayist, fiction writer, playwright, art critic, translator, and contributing editor to NY ARTS magazine from Paris, Serbian born Nina Zivancevic has published 13 volumes of poetry. She has also written three books of short stories, two novels and a book of essays on Crnjanski (her doctoral thesis) which was published in Paris, New York, and Belgrade.

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Nina Zivancevic at the Anarchist Bookstore, London

The recipient of three literary awards and former assistant and secretary to Allen Ginsberg, she has also edited and participated in numerous anthologies of contemporary world poetry. As editor and correspondent, she has contributed to modern Painters, American Book Review, East Village Eye, NY Arts Magazine, and Republique des Lettres. She has lectured at Naropa University, NYU, Saint John’s University, and the Harriman Institute. She taught English language and literature at University of Paris V and History of Avant Garde Theatre at Paris 8 and numerous institutions throughout Europe. She has had four of her plays performed and emitted in the USA and GB and in New York, she worked with the Living Theater and members of the Wooster group. She lives and teaches the History of the Avant Garde at University of Paris 8 in France.

win harms, Poet@Large, has two books published by Barncott Press, In Harms Way and October 22. She has been featured in Urban Grafitti, Rusty Truck, Unlikely Stories, The Poetic PinUp Review and contributed to the Bukowski Anthology published by Silver Birch Press. She is the Resident Advisor and co-founder for Rough Night Press and organizes spoken word events. win has two spoken word albums, Little Attic Sessions and 108 (The Raw Channel) and two books, boys & booze and Mokum Mantras all available from Rough Night Press.

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win harms, Poet@Large

She has collaborated on films, art installations, and photography exhibitions and continues to do live performance art. Her website is in harms way. She will be presenting 108 (Cutting Up the Past), a shamanic journey created in the cosmic realms.

 

108 (Cutting Up the Past) is an epic poem written in the cut up style popularized by William Burroughs and Bryon Gysin. As Burroughs says, “When you cut into the present, the future leaks out”. In this case, win harms took 108 unnamed poems from her adolescence and early adulthood, and with ritual and unintended traces of numerology, cut up the past and rewrote her history. Originally done on a 22 vibration in a semi-trance state, the cut-ups were drawn from a box line by line and recorded as The Raw Channel. They are intended to turn the negative past into the positive present and revealed to the artist that time is nonlinear; our past does not define us.

108 in Progress

108 in Progress

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