Spoken Weird is a celebration of the spoken word curated by David Blamey, proprietor of independent publishing imprint Open Editions, for the London Art Book Fair at the Whitechapel Gallery.
At Spoken Weird I will be presenting Personal Electronics, a spoken word performance with iPod.
Personal Electronics is based on the reported experiences of victims of electronic harassment. Individuals are attacked in their own homes by remote lasers, electric fields, microwaves (such as the microwave auditory effect) and radar; rays are beamed at them, and magnets used to alter their minds; voice to skull technology is used to by-pass the ears to transmit sounds and thoughts into their heads. These phenomena are often accompanied by gang stalking, where victims are stalked or harassed in public by gangs of strangers, on the street, in cars, etc.
Also participating in Spoken Weird are David Blamey, Adam Bohman, Marco Cazzella, Maya Dunietz, Anouchka Grose, Sarah Jones, Bryan Lewis Saunders, and Tom White.
16:00, 27 September
Whitechapel Gallery77-82 Whitechapel High Street
London E1 7QX