OEI #66

Process/Poem (Poema/Processo)

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Issue 66 of OEI is the first substantial presentation outside of Brazil of the poetry avant-garde movement poema/processo (process/poem), launched concurrently in Natal and Rio de Janeiro in 1967. Due to pressure from the military dictatorship the movement was brought to a halt in 1972, but several of the initial participants have continued their practices up until today (Wlademir Dias-Pino, Neide de Sá, Falves Silva).

OEI #66 — a 520 page montage of images and documents, translations of manifestos and key essays, and interviews and new essays by Fernanda Nogueira, Antonio Sergio Bessa and many others — also features presentations of three other all too unknown Brazilian avant-garde movements from the 60s, 70s and early 80s: poesia práxis, poesia marginal, pornismo.


ContributorsWlademir Dias-Pino, Moacy Cirne, Álvaro de Sá, Fernanda Nogueira, Priscilla Guimarães Martins, João Felício dos Santos, Rogerio Camara, Neide de Sá, Eduardo Kac, Antonio Sergio Bessa, Décio Pignatari, Luis Ângelo Pinto, Dailor Varela, Falves Silva, Jota Medeiros ,Cristina Freire, Dácio Galvão, Clemente Padín, Almandrade, Mário Chamie, Sergio Cohn, Omar Khouri, Regina Silveira, Hudinilson Jr., Libidiunga Cardoso, Michalis Pichler
Filed under Art, Poetry
Dimensions 195 × 297 mm
Edited byJonas (J) Magnusson, Cecilia Grönberg, Tobi Maier
DesignerChristopher West
PrinterGöteborgstryckeriet
Pages520
BindingSewn soft cover
PrintingOffset
LanguageEnglish
Year2014
ISBN9789185905690

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OEI is a magazine for extra-disciplinary spaces and de-disciplinizing moments – experimental forms of thinking, montages between poetry, art, philosophy, film, and documents; editorial enunciations and aesthetic technologies, alternative historiographies and speculative ethnographies. OEI was founded in 1999 and has published 70 issues. The publishing structure OEI editör was initiated in 2002 and has published some 75 books of investigative poetry, aesthetic documents, artist’s books, theoretical and poetological texts etc. Since 2012 OEI also runs the micro-gallery OEI Colour Project in Stockholm.