Colloquium: Skullmagic = Hearing voices? On the energies of the spoken poem
Anja Utler Foto: Franz Hammerbacher
With Kerstin Hensel Poet and Lecturer in German Dramatic Verse at the Ernst Busch Academy of the Dramatic Arts Ulrike Janssen Radio Play Author, Cologne Sybille Krämer Lecturer in Philosophy, FU Berlin Winfried Menninghaus Founding Director of the Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics, Frankfurt / Main Robert Prosser Poet Vienna. Moderation Anja Utler Poet, Regensburg
Poems are “skullmagic”, said the poet Thomas Kling. And poems unfurl this magic especially when one hears them, according to a growing number of readers and listeners. But is it really true that poems must be spoken? Or does it depend above all on how poems are spoken? What happens to the poem, when it is delivered by the voice – what happens to the listeners? This year’s colloquium revolves around the poem as spoken event.
Kindly supported by: Austrian Cultural Forum Berlin