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25 Oct 2014 12:00

Olga Pek at Camaradefest

100 poets. 50 pairs. One day. Starting at 12 noon and running all day, Camaradefest w​​ill present 50 brand new collaborative works involving 100 poets working in pairs. Featuring a poetic dialogue of Olga Pek and Zuzana Husárová (with simultaneous poetry, sound poetry and tumult) around the current political situation in Europe.

Beginning at 12 noon and ending late into the night, Camaradefest evidences the endlessly exciting potential of collaboration in poetry and the true depth, width and brilliance of 21st century poetics. Expect no two works the same, and following on from the great success of the first fest last year, an unforgettable way to experience contemporary poetry.

Olga Pek and Zuzana Husárová will be on stage from 9 pm.

Olga Pek is a poet, translator, organizer and a postgrad student at the Charles University in Prague. She is the director of Prague Microfestival and co-editor of the Czech quarterly for contemporary poetry Psí Víno and the international revue VLAK. Her poetry translations from English have been published in the anthology Polibek s rozvodnou (“Kissing the Substation,” 2012). She is a member of the TŘYIE poetry collective.

Get a taste, view the videos from the first fest here:


Twitter: @stevenjfowler

Free, unreserved seating


Other events with Olga Pek

Olga Pek – Zuzana Husárová: Amoeba Twins

24 Oct 2014 19:30
Blue Sky Café, Bangor, Ambassador Hall, Rear of 236 High Street, Bangor LL57 1PA
When an amoeba divides in two, does it go out of existence? This performance ingests an array of concepts such as individuality, binarity, generativity and affective force and modulates them in a cocktail of biological, philosophical, feminist and futuristic fragments that span from the antiquity to present and beyond. As a protean amoeba it oscillates between the forms of technopoesis, sound manipulation and lyrical (t)hereness. With music and video by Ľubomír Panák. More...

Olga Pek performs at the Hardy Tree Gallery as part of the TŘYIE Collective
October (exact date tbc.)
Hardy Tree Gallery, 119 Pancras Road, London, NW1 1UN
Olga Pek performs at the Hardy Tree Gallery as part of the TŘYIE Collective, a literary performance group consisting of Olga Pek, a London-based poet SJ Fowler and a Slovak-based poet Zuzana Husárová. TŘYIE will present 3 sound poetic sculptures that expand in their environment, exhaling the vocal nebulae.



The Rich Mix Arts Centre (main space), 35 - 47 Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6LA


25 Oct 2014 12:00


Czech Center is a coorganizer of the event

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