Organised by The European Beat Studies Network, Cut-Ups@60 explores a landmark in cultural history: the 60th anniversary of the cut-up methods launched in Paris and developed in London by Brion Gysin and William Burroughs. It will re-examine the past and explore the ongoing legacies across the arts and sciences of cut-ups as creative tools and critical weapons.
Professor Oliver Harris, Keele University
Professor Davis Schneiderman, Lake Forrest College, USA
Professor Alex Sharpe, Keele University
Jordan Abel, poet
Dodie Bellamy, poet
Paul D. Miller, composer, multimedia artist and writer
Thurston Moore, musician
Rudy Rucker, writer and mathematician
Anne Waldman, poet
This conference will take place in Paris and London. It will start in Paris on 7-8 September at the University of Chicago Centre. Two days in London will follow on 10-11 September at Student Central, University of London.
A registration fee is payable at the time of booking. Further information is available on the European Beat Studies Network's website.
Organised in partnership with MOLOKO Print and Third Mind Books
Image: William Burroughs, September 1959 © Photograph by Brion Gysin. With permission of the William Burroughs Estate