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Flarf and Conceptual poetry workshop half an hour later at same place.
Bernes could have honestly identified himself as a poet associated with a group of poets involved in a "documentary" approach that he believes opposes the group of writers associated with Flarf. Instead, he attempts to play the role of the neutral literary critic.
(64.) Flarf poetry's primary aesthetic is, in the words of its practitioners, "deliberate shapelessness of content, form, spelling, and thought in general, with liberal borrowing from internet chat-room drivel and spam scripts ...." The Flarf Files, http://writing.upenn.edu/epc/authors/bernstein/syllabi/readings/flarf.html (last visited June 12, 2018).
Silem Mohammad (aka Kasey), "the initial aesthetics of Flarf. ...
Stein proves throughout to be a scholar of great breadth, as likely to reference ESPN's Sports Center or MySpace as he is to offer a diagram of how the human eye works His "Digital Poetry Playlist" ought to be required reading for any poet or scholar over thirty years old, introducing work by Loss Pequeno Glazier, Flarf and Conceptual Writing poets, and others, suggesting sensibly that "the medium[s] can proffer ...
Beyond semantics, though, Dossier's first issue is a deep compendium of interviews with architects, flarf poetry, old flash photography and Mark Ronson.
(In some circles the method and poems go by the name of "flarf.") As bewildering or irritating as spam, this work is defiantly typographic and can be downright impossible to read aloud, amplified or not.
Flarf was and is many things--a movement, a method, a friend group, an in-joke, an email list.
Musican/poet Drew Gardner has a new CD out with his Flarf Orchestra, which consists of several poets reading their work to music written and conducted by Gardner, a la Butch Morris.
So much has already been said about it, I just want to refer to an article in Poets & Writers that suggested that you are often elected the "the god of [a group's] particular tribe--from Language poets to Harold Bloom to the New Formalists to the Flarf collective." So, how do you feel about groups using your work to legitimize their own school of writing?
Hoy references Zizek's infamous allegorical readings of toilet design as a way of critiquing flarf, or Google-sculptured poetry, Sussman uses the psychoanalytic notion of "introjection" to discuss Charles Bernstein's foregrounding of collage and method (11, 19, 21), and Ngai's chapter on "Stuplimity" moves from Stein and Beckett to method in the work of Dan Farrell and Kenneth Goldsmith, with a brief foray into Lacan on repetition.