Sivuvalo ja Runokuu 2021

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Sivuvalos´s Runokuu 2021 events


AFTERNOON FOR TRANSLATED LITERATURE
Translation Slam
SAT 21.8.2021
15-15.45
Tiivistämö

The Afternoon for Translated Literature consists of four separate discussions: one is Translation Slam
Translators Anne Ketola and Tarja Härkönen will translate a poem by the Mexican poet Daniel Bencomo, and battle with each other by justifying their translation choices. At the slam, the creativity and role of the translator will be in the spotlight. Host: author Hanna Rentola.

The event is free of charge. Registration here. Maximum number of visitors: 25 (Updated 12.8.)

In cooperation with Sivuvalo, US Embassy in Finland, Poesia, Kustannusliike Parkko, Suomen kääntäjien ja tulkkien liitto.



AFTERNOON FOR LITERATURE CRITICISM
Critique and inclusion
SUN 22.8.2021
15-15.45
Tiivistämö

The communality of critique, critique of performative poetry, and other current topics are discussed by poet and translator José Luis Rico and the chairperson of the Helsinki Poetry Connection Kirsi-Marja Moberg.
Host: Heidi Bäckström. The conversation is in English. 

The event will be held at Tiivistämö’s outdoor stage. The event is free of charge. Registration here . Maximum number of visitors: 25 (updated 12.8.).

In cooperation with Kritiikki näkyy -hanke, SARV, Sivuvalo, Helsinki Poetry Connection, Digitaalisen kirjallisuuden hanke, Tuli & Savu, Nihil Interit, Long Play, Nuori Voima
 


BALTIC HUMANOIDS
MON 23.8.2021
18:00–19:00
Tiivistämö

authors

Kati Neuvonen | Hamdam Zakirov | Sini Silveri | Saad Hadi

Baltic Humanoids

This reading zooms in on the significance of bodies, animals, and landscapes in poetry; their symbolic and descriptive value in social criticism and ongoing planetary transformation.

Four authors – Kati Neuvonen, Saad Hadi, Sini Silveri and Hamdam Zakirov – will address different aesthetics related to posthumanism: the silent revolution that revamps traditional binaries such as nature and culture, human and animal, living and non-living, beauty and ugliness, mind and body, self and other. 

The event is in English and Finnish. Some performances are also in Arabic and Russian. All poetry is translated into English. 

The event will be held at Tiivistämö’s outdoor stage. The event is free of charge. Registration here. Maximum number of visitors: 25 (updated 12.8.).

In cooperation with Sivuvalo and Stage – Suvilahden kesäteatteri

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