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Beyonsense: An Evening of Sound Poetry With Christian Bok

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Beyonsense: An Evening of Sound Poetry With Christian Bok

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Award-winning Canadian poet Christian Bok reads at Northwestern’s Block Museum of Art along with Russian poet and scholar Ilya Kutik. A conceptual artist and experimental sound poet, Bok is the author of Eunoia, which won the Canadian Griffin Poetry Prize and became the country’s best-selling poetry volume. Bok and Kutik are doing a joint reading at the Block Gallery as part of the Block’s “Tango with Cows” exhibit programming.

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Recorded Thursday, November 3, 2011 at the Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University.

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