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#14798

Scores for Performance Poetry

Artist
Noah LeBien
Price
$24.00
Date
2021
Publisher
GenderFail
Format
Artists' Books
Size
15 × 21 cm
Length
80 pp
Genre
LGBTQ2S+, Performance Art
Description

Scores For Performance Poetry is an exploration of visual poetic representations of the body by trans artist Noah LeBien. The images from “urethras” and “anuses” are taken from performances they did in which the visual effects on my body were generated by my voice as she read their poems. The images were taken by a camera that was triggered by my voice. Similarly, the images from “navels,” “skirts” and “lines” are visual representations of the soundwaves of their voice. Instead we should call them “waves” instead of “lines” of poetry if poetry is essentially an auditory art form. The act of “reading“ these scores is meant to literally create a rift in authority; the “text” is not a rigid demarcation of an authoritative patriarchal self, it is an instrument that creates a real opening.

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Noah LeBien is a trans poet and performer living in Brooklyn. She has a poetry book cumflower with Wendy’s Subway and a manifesto Betraying Authority: Fragments on Queer Art with GenderFail. Her music is online at noahlebien.bandcamp.com.

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