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Author: Caroline Bergvall

Caroline Bergvall is a writer of French-Norwegian origins based in London and Geneva. She works across artforms, media and languages; her projects alternate between books, audio pieces, collaborative performances and language installations. Her publications include DRIFT, MEDDLE ENGLISH: NEW AND SELECTED TEXTS, and Fig as well as a DVD of earlier installations Ghost Pieces: five language-based installations (2010). Recent group shows/festivals: Fundacio Tapiès (Barcelona), Theatre du Grütli (Geneva), The Serpentine Gallery (London), MOMA (NY), DIA Arts Foundation (NY), and Tate Modern (London). Recently completed a performance version of DRIFT, which will tour Europe in 2014-2105. Director of the Performance Writing program at Dartington College of Arts (1995-2000), co-Chair MFA in Writing, Bard College (2005-2007), and recent guest faculty at Naropa University. The Judith E. Wilson Fellow in Poetry and Drama at the University of Cambridge (2012- 2013).

Drift

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Drift

Nightboat Books

Poetry. A riveting new volume exploring the power and provocation of medieval English and the trope of the seafarer, Caroline Bergvall's DRIFT retraces the language and maritime imagination of early medieval North Atlantic travels from the sagas to ...

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Meddle English: New and Selected Texts
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Meddle English: New and Selected Texts

Nightboat Books

Poetry. This book gathers a decade of Caroline Bergvall's innovative pieces, from her long out-of-print performance text Goan Atom, inspired by the graphic contortions of Hans Bellmer's Doll and violent love fantasies of other radical body-inspired ...

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