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From the 2nd to 6th of December 2015 Project Art Writing will host a large international festival with focus on art writing in relation to the body. The festival takes place at Åbne Scene at Godsbanen in Aarhus and during five days the audience will be able to experience lectures, readings, performances and experiments, as well as a mixture of theoretical and practical presentations. The approximately 40 participating artists and writers are from the US, Germany, Italy, England, Ireland, France, Sweden, Norway and Denmark.
Lyd+Litteratur [Sound+Literature] is a festival and publication series in the field between literature, music and sound art. The festival was founded in 2002 and is organized by Litteraturen på Scenen and Musiktidsskriftet Geiger. Over time, a wide range of national and international musicians, writers and other artists have performed at the festival – always with the experiment in focus. Lyd+Litteratur is run by Robert Christensen and Christian Djurhuus.
Göteborgs poesifestival er Sveriges ældste poesifestival. Festivalen har sine rødder i Göteborgs alternative kunstscener. Festivalen undersøger, hvordan poesi kan fungere som tænkning, og være input til forskellige kritiske perspektiver og diskussioner. Målet er at være et samlingspunkt for alle som interesserer sig for poesi og er nysgerrige efter at se, høre og opleve den, samt at være scene for moderne poesi, og stille spørgsmål om, hvad poesien vil og gør.
Göteborgs poesifestival [Gothenburg Poetry Festival] is the oldest poetry festival in Sweden. The festival emerged in the 80’s from the alternative art scenes of Gothenburg. The festival explores how poetry can act as thinking, and be input to various critical perspectives and discussions. The goal is to be a focal point for all who are interested in poetry and are curious to see, hear and experience it, as well as being a scene for modern poetry and ask questions about what poetry wants and does.