Tamagotchi Life Support, 2017 Installation in Natural History Museum Arad
Under the auspices of a new series, Akademie Schloss Solitude and the Literaturhaus Stuttgart each invite one fellow from the area of literature, or one author, to a collaborative reading. To kick off this series on January 17th, poets Ulf Stolterfoht and Anja Utler recite their respective poems into the ear of the other and then react to what has been heard.
Anja Utler (*1973) lives in Vienna and works there as a poet. She has been an Akademie Schloss Solitude fellow since October 2005. Her poetry collection “münden – entzüngeln” was published by the Edition Korrespondenzen in 2004. For poet Brigitte Oleschinski the lessons of these poems mean “surrendering to an adventure of recognition like feeling, to a trip into still distant, undiscovered connections between speaking and language, thinking and writing.“ Utler will also read under the auspices of the “World Day of Poetry“ on March 21 in Berlin.
Ulf Stolterfoht (*1963 in Stuttgart) lives in Berlin. He gained acclaim through a trilogy created over 15 years: “fachsprachen I-IX” (1998), “fachsprachen X-XVIII” (2002) and “fachsprachen XIX-XXVII” (2004), all published by Urs Engeler. Stolterfoht was awarded the Anna Seghers Prize in Potsdam in November 2005.
A cooperation between the Akademie Schloss Solitude and the Literaturhaus Stuttgart.
Admission 7.00 / 5.00 / 3.50 Euro
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