Nathalie Quintane, born in 1964, published her first texts in poetry reviews and then, with P.O.L., books with no generic indication (Chaussure, Crâne chaud, Descente de médiums…) as well as novels. She has participated in numerous public lectures, in France and abroad and works regularly with artists.Nathalie Quintane, born in 1964, published her first texts in poetry reviews and then, with P.O.L., books with no generic indication (Chaussure, Crâne chaud, Descente de médiums…) as well as novels. She has participated in numerous public lectures, in France and abroad and works regularly with artists.
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[Grenoble • France]

 

Une interview de Nathalie Quintane portant autour de sa pratique de l’oralité dans ses lectures et en dehors.

Nous parlons de Bernard Heidsieck et de ses notes convergentes.

Nous parlons d’une lecture rétrospective des poètes du 19ème à partir de la poésie contemporaine, appuyée par les recherches de Jean-Marie Gleize sur ce sujet.

Réalisé par Théo Robine-Langlois

[Montreuil • France]
In-su-rrec-tion: 4 syllabes… 
prolongs in live form an epistolary dialogue engaged in by two authors—Nathalie Quintane and Jean-Paul Curnier — each of them having already reproduced it in their respective publications — Tomates (P.O.L, 2010) and Prospérités du désastre : aggravation 2 (Lignes, 2014) — so as to encourage its dissemination and to intensify its echo. “The people no longer exist, the serial individuality of the mass has replaced it” versus “The people exist. Serial individuality of the mass has not replaced it”: such are the terms of the discord of this first joust. At the heart of the debate is the question of the people (missing/rediscovered?) in what is called the “suburb”. As a sort of leitmotif almost ten years later and still offering food for thought: the riots of 2005. Between the arm of the critic and critique of arms, Jean-Paul Curnier and Nathalie Quintane will show us that discuss is a combat sport.