Jackson Mac Low

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Jackson Mac Low. Photographema a Gloria Graham per manufacturam pelliculae magnetoscopicae Add-Verse anno 2003 factum.

Jackson Mac Low (12 Septembris 19228 Decembris 2004) fuit poeta, artifex perfunctionis, compositor, et scriptor scaenicus Americanus, exercitator notus qui suis operibus ordinatas aleae effectiones aliasque rationes compositionis sine consilio fecit quas in musicis Ioannis Cage, Earle Brown, et Christiani Wolff operibus primum cognoverat. Maritus fuit artificis Iridis Lezak ab 1962 ad 1978, et poetriae Annae Tardos ab 1990 usque suam mortem. Mac Low, unus ex primis Fluxus sodalibus[1] (An Anthology of Chance Operations co-protulit) et stylisticus poetarum linguae progenitor[2] conectiones cum late variis in avant-garde Americano post bellum personis notabilibus petivit, inter quos Nam June Paik, Kathy Acker, Allen Ginsberg, et Arturus Russell fuerunt.[3] Sua opera, in plus quam nonaginta anthologiis et periodicis ac propalam lecta, exhibita, et acta, radiophonice emissa sunt in America Septentrionali et Australi, Europa, Iaponia, Australia, et Nova Zelandia. Legit, perfunctus est, acroases habuit Novi Eboraci et per American Septentrionalem, Europam, et Novam Zelandiam, Franciscopolique, Sanctae Crucis (Californiae), Asinariis, Lutetiae, Bouliac (prope Bordeaux), Massiliae, Buffalone, et Philadelphiae.

Rationes compositionis[recensere | fontem recensere]

Unum genus compositionis sine consilio quod adhibere solebat, algorithmo nitens, diasticum (Anglice diastic) nominavit, per analogiam vocabuli acrostici.[4] Vocabula vel phrases ex fonte ad vocabulum vel phrasim originalem scribendam collecta adhibebat, primo vocabulo primam fontis litteram, secundo vocabulo secundam fontis litteram habente, et cetera, fontem denique perlegens (Graece dia). Ultimis viginti quinque suae vitae annis, saepe cum Anna Tardos collaborabat.

Opera selecta[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • A Piece for Sari Dienes (1960)
  • The Twin Plays (1966)
  • Verdurous Sanguinaria (1967)
  • August Light Poems (1967)
  • 22 Light Poems (Black Sparrow Books, 1968)
  • 23rd Light Poem (For Larry Eigner, 1969)
  • Stanzas for Iris Lezak (Something Else Press, 1971)
  • 4 trains (1974)
  • 36th Light Poem (Buster Keaton, 1975)
  • 21 Matched Asymmetries (1978)
  • 54th Light Poem: For Ian Tyson (1978)
  • A Dozen Douzains for Eve Rosenthal (1978)
  • phone (1978)
  • The Pronouns—A Collection of 40 Dances—For the Dancers (Station Hill Press, 1979)
  • Asymmetries 1-260 (1980)
  • "Is That Wool Hat My Hat?" (1982)
  • Bloomsday (1984)
  • French Sonnets (1984)
  • Eight Drawing-Asymmetries (1985)
  • The Virginia Woolf Poems (Burning Deck Press, 1985)
  • Representative Works: 1938–1985 (1986)
  • Words nd Ends from Ez (Avenue B, 1989)
  • Twenties: 100 Poems (1991)
  • Pieces o' Six: Thirty-Three Poems in Prose (Sun and Moon Classics, 1991)
  • Twenties (Segue, January 1992)
  • 42 Merzgedichte in memoriam Kurt Schwitters (Station Hill Press, 1994)
  • From Pearl Harbor Day to FDR's Birthday (1995)
  • Barnesbook (1996)
  • 20 Forties (1999)
  • Doings: Assorted Performance Pieces 1955–2002 (Granary Books, 2005)
  • 154 Forties (Counterpath, 2012)

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. De Mac Low et Fluxu,www.writing.upenn.edu.
  2. http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/2004/dec/20/guardianobituaries.artsobituaries
  3. [1] libraries.ucsd.edu.
  4. Mordecai-Mark Mac Low, "The Role of the Machine in the Experiment of Egoless Poetry," in Mainframe Experimentalism: Early Digital Computing in the Experimental Arts, ed. H. Higgins et D. Kahn, 299.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Mac Low, Mordecai-Mark. 2012. The Role of the Machine in the Experiment of Egoless Poetry. In Mainframe Experimentalism: Early Digital Computing in the Experimental Arts, ed. Hannah Higgins et Douglas Kahn, 298–308. University of California Press.
  • Von Gunden, Heidi. 1983. The Music of Pauline Oliveros. ISBN 0810816008.

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