Conceptual poetics takes Marcel Duchamp’s approach to visual art and extends it to poetry.
Join us at the opening of this exhibition and enjoy a glass of wine while listening to readings from some of the poets and publishers associated with this avant-garde poetic practice.
The conceptualist movement has become perhaps the most contested but also one of the most popular movements in contemporary poetry. Focusing on poets and artists in the current UK scene, this exhibition features work published by presses such as if p then q, Information as Material and ZimZalla.
The Poetry Library at Royal Festival Hall
Admission is free but space is limited. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place.