3 edition of Gerd Stern found in the catalog.
by Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California in Berkeley, Calif
Written in English
|Other titles||From Beat scene poet to psychedelic multimedia artist in San Francisco and beyond, 1948-1978|
|Statement||interviews conducted by Victoria Morris Byerly in 1996 ; with an introduction by Ivan Majdrakoff.|
|Contributions||Byerly, Victoria Morris., Majdrakoff, Ivan., Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 397 p. :|
|Number of Pages||397|
For fifty years, Beat poet Gerd Stern has been blamed for discarding a letter that Jack Kerouac described as “the greatest piece of writing I ever saw,” a move that could have doomed its writer to the depths of obscurity like so many letter, written by Neal Cassady, was long thought to have been tossed over the side of a houseboat by Stern, but now, John Rogers reports for the. About the Author. Veteran journalist Gerd Meissner founded the Editorial Office Silicon Valley, which reports worldwide on information technology. His articles have appeared in The New York Times and Der Stern, Europe’s premier news weekly. As senior editor there, Meissner helped develop Der Stern’s successful online presence.9/10().
Gerd Stern was born in Saarland on the German/French border Octo and emigrated to the United States with his family as the Nazis rose to power. His father continued the family’s cheese importing company in New York, and both Stern and his brother would later run the business. Chicago: Reilly & Lee, First Edition. Very good in a dust jacket with a faded spine. The author is best known for his hardboiled detective novels. More info about Warrior of the Dawn. The Bridge. A Poem. With Three Photographs by Walker Evans. Paris: Black Sun Press, First Edition; one of 50 copies printed on Japan vellum, signed by.
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USCO was an American media art collective in the s, founded by Gerd Stern, Michael Callahan, and Steve Durkee in Newan acronym for Us Company or the Company of Us, was most active during the years – USCO exhibited in the United States, Canada, and Europe, and is considered a key link in the development of expanded cinema, visual music, installation art, and the Internet.
Gerd is an excellent example of the modern day Renaissance man. He is most referred to as a poet and multi-media artist, but historian, writer, artistic director, visual artist, philosopher, and artistic advisor suit him as well.
Gerd Stern was born in in Saargebiet. "At 89 years of age WHENTHEN is my fourth collection of published poems, following Fragments (), Afterimage () and First Poems and Others ().
Inthe Regional Oral History office of the Bancroft Library, University of California, published Gerd Stern, From Beat Scene Poet to Psychedelic Multimedia Artist in San Francisco and Beyond, Author: Gerd Stern.
Gerd Stern is a poet, painter, sculptor, and media artist. His oral history, From Beat Scene Poet to Psychedelic Multimedia Artist: –, was published by The Bancroft Library, University of California, is a founder of USCO (along with Michael Callahan and Steve Durkee), one of the first arts/technology cooperatives, active since the early : Raymond Foye.
WhenThen Poetry. "Whenever I look for the avant-garde in literature and the arts, I often lament, thinking that I must forge one for myself. Then I regard Gerd Stern sternly and know that he was/is the last of the red hot Dadas of the avant-garde, back when/then h.
Gerd Stern is a poet and multi-media artist. His book, First Poems and Others, was published in A second volume, Afterimage appeared in During the early s Stern started using cut-out words to create visual collages, and soon after that started making kinetic pieces using flashing lights, and electro-magnetic components to.
Description. Kind: Perfectbound; Pages: 92; Language: English; Date Published: May, ; ISBN: ; Praise. Among other vignettes of Beatnik days, WhenThen, Gerd Stern’s collection, beautifully edited by Sara Grossman, offers a scene at the New York Psychiatric Institute featuring Carl Solomon and a papier-mâché Easter behind the quirky facade we can glimpse.
Gerd Stern is the author of WhenThen ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews), From Beat Scene Poet to Psychedelic Multimedia Artist in San Francisco and B Reviews: 1. GERD STERN is a poet, media artist and cheese maven. He has several published books of poems and his oral history, From Beat Scene Poet to Psychedelic Multimedia Artist has just been publisherd by ROHO, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Gerd Stern is a poet, multimedia artist and founder of the sixties media arts collaborative USCO. Deutsches Haus shows a series of Stern’s collage poem carneval masks, and "Into The Mind Fire," a silk screened portfolio of a dozen of his framed poems with handwritings by Berlin artist Thea Herold, as well as a sandblasted glass version of two of Stern's mantras, including, "Take The No Out.
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Gerald Stern has been called an “American original,” “a sometimes comic, sometimes tragic visionary,” and, by his friend Stanley Kunitz, “the wilderness in American poetry.” Over dozens of books, and decades of teaching and activism, Stern has emerged as one of America’s most celebrated and irascible poets.
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Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the world. The images in the book are gorgeous and make you want to jump right in and start cooking. Dropping Acid By Jamie A.
Koufman, Jordan Stern, Mark Michel Bauer. Meet Gerd Stern, O.H. (Original Hipster), who became a part of the Beat scene when he befriended two confused young men named Allen Ginsberg and Carl Solomon in a mental hospital in New York City, who discovered the art of performance poetry with Maya Angelou while living with her on a Sausalito barge, and who then joined the thriving 's.
According to those in attendance, Stern spoke of the time he dated author and poet Maya Angelou. Display of rare books by Harold Norse & Jack Micheline On Saturday afternoon, I attended a talk by Dr.
Philip Hicks who was a young psychiatrist in the mids at. Gerd Stern is a poet and multi-media artist.
His book, First Poems and Others, was published in A second volume, Afterimage appeared in During the .Such an honor befell Gerd Stern, a poet and later multimedia artist, when he landed in a New York psychiatric institute in the late s and met up with Allen Ginsberg () and Carl Solomon () whose friendship helped launch the Beat Generation.Gerd Stern — poet, multimedia artist, performer, s Happenings guy — visited the Writers House in September of (Gerd was one of the founders of “USCO,” a group of artists, engineers and poets creating multi-media performances and environments which toured U.S.
museum and university venues during the s.).