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Paul Kane and Katie O’Looney: Seven Catastrophes in Four Movements

Read "Seven Catastrophes in Four Movements" reviewed by John Eyles

Seven Catastrophes in Four Movements continues the distinguished and eclectic history of collaborations combining poetry with jazz or improvised music. It is a meeting between US poet Paul Kane (also Professor of English at Vassar College) and the Irish improvising sonic & visual artist Katie O'Looney. When the two met at a poetry reading in the south of France, they casually spoke about working together. After agreeing to work on a project centred on the number seven, they began experimenting ...


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