Author Archives: MarkLeahy

‘his voice’ at Language Game[s]: Poetry, Logic and Artificial Language

I will perform ‘his voice’ at Language Game[s]: Poetry, Logic and Artificial Language on May 5th at Chelsea College of Arts, London. The performance is part of a one-day symposium that considers the association between language and human consciousness. Convened … Continue reading

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‘his voice’ at Other Codes / Cóid Eile, NUI Galway on May 12

I will present ‘his voice’ as part of the programme of Other Codes / Cóid Eile –  Digital Literatures in Context at National University of Ireland, Galway, 11-12 May 2017. The conference is hosted by the Moore Institute for Research in the … Continue reading

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presentation at Beyond Words conference 2017

On March 15th I will present ‘after alert catchers: a report on an other (than) worded event’ at the Beyond Words conference 2017 at Plymouth University. The conference is the culmination of an AHRC funded research project that explored relations … Continue reading

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Season’s Greetings 2016

Best Wishes for the Solstice Season and the turning of the calendar year. Optional soundtrack: Daisy Duck, ‘Betty Boop’ (1984) Side 1 of the 3 track 45rpm; Victoria Records, Nice: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOaqhcFl6RA Les Rita Mitsouko, ‘Marcia Baila’ (1985) Video by Philippe … Continue reading

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page work for Will Clarke’s The Book project

I recently completed my page in Will Clarke’s project, The Book. The Book is an A3 bound volume of blank pages of etching paper. Clarke has invited a number of artists to work on a page each, and as the … Continue reading

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