Demolicious Poetry/Multimedia Series
* NEW LOCATION *
Pierre Menard Gallery, 10 Arrow Street (Harvard Square) Cambridge, MA
Brian Kim Stefans has published several books and chapbooks in the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada, including Kluge: A Meditation and other poems (Roof, 2008), What Is Said to the Poet Concerning Flowers (Factory School, 2007) and Fashionable Noise: On Digital Poetics (Atelos, 2003). His electronic literature works, such as “The Dreamlife of Letters” (Coach House, 2003) and “Kluge: A Meditation” (2006-ongoing) can be viewed at arras.net, Rhizome and Turbulence among other sites. He taught New Media Studies at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey from 2006-2008, and is starting his position as professor of English/Digital Humanities at the University of California, Los Angeles, in Fall 2008.
Jazz saxophonist Noah Preminger’s music is influenced by genres ranging from classic to contemporary jazz to hard rock to ambient music. He has performed extensively in the Northeast, including Jordan Hall in Boston, Avery Fisher Hall and the Village Vanguard in New York, and Café L'Utopik and L'absynthe in Montreal. He has played with Dave Holland, Roscoe Mitchell, Cecil McBee and many others. In addition to leading the Noah Preminger Sextet, he is a member of the Dana Lauren Quintet, Low Road, the Bridget Kearney Group and the Nick Sanders Quintet. Noah's debut album, Dry Bridge Road, will be released and available on August 1. For more information, please check www.noahpreminger.com.