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[Les Lilas • France]
In the United States in the 1930s, a group of young writers designated as “objectivism” the poetic usage they made of non-literary texts. The most famous of them, Charles Reznikoff, “recut” the minutes of trials culled from judiciary archives in order to give them rhythm, a versification, thereby composing a “recitation”: “a massively plural cry”.
This new way of perceiving the document resulted in many posterities or inheritances, irrigating multiple artistic methods that Frank Smith and his guests will review.