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Explore the found object tradition with Mia You and Romy Day Winkel in our workshop "Erase, Deface, Remediate", where we delve into the practice of creating new texts from existing ones. The session begins with a brief overview of the history of this tradition, followed by a collective examination of texts within the current Onomatopee installation—comprising all published books.
Participants will then engage in a moving exercise, workshopping found texts and finally transforming them into personalized bookmarks.
9th of February 2024
From 16.00 - 18.30 + vegetarian dinner
Doors open from 15.30
Stay for the book launch, finissage with a talk and a performance by S*an D. Henry-Smith.
About Mia You
Mia You is the author of the poetry collection 'I, Too, Dislike It' (2016) and the chapbooks 'Objective Practice' (2007) and 'Rouse the Ruse and the Rush' (2023). Her next full-length collection, 'Festival,' will be published simultaneously in English and Dutch in 2024. She teaches Anglophone literature at Utrecht University and in the Critical Studies program at the Sandberg Institute.
About Romy Day Winkel
Romy Day Winkel works as a writer and artist based in Amsterdam. She hosted two literary podcasts: De Verloren Tijd and Time Lost for Stichting Perdu and Het zijspoor for DIG. Her essays and short stories are published in De Revisor, DIG, DAISYWORLD, and Extra Extra Magazine amongst others. She is currently working on her debut novel.