3 juin 2009
reading by ANNIE G. ROGERS
from THE INCANDESCENT ALPHABET
with musical interludes
Bordee Theater (3r floor)
315 St-Joseph Street East (near Dorchester Street)
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Maximum 30 participants.
reading of THE INCANDESCENT ALPHABET invites the listener to enter
into a space that assembles the unknown. Musical scores and alphabets
wait in jars of water, back lit, on a quiet table. Nora’s
voice evokes her new country and her mother country. She returns
to a Dublin that is oddly unchanged yet radically changed. Sentences
break into unexpected details of perception.
Brief moments of dislocation slowly gather. Entering solitude and
absence, two voices speak intimately, beyond Nora. A script dissolves
in jars of water, leaving the alphabet, the music, the darkness.
Micheline Cadieux, Gifric
G. Rogers is a poet, painter, and Professor of Psychoanalysis
and Clinical Psychology at Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts.
She is a member of the Boston Circle of the Freudian School of Quebec.
The recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship in Ireland, and a Radcliffe
Fellowship at Harvard University, she is the author of A Shining
Affliction (Penguin Viking, 1995), Charlie’s Chasing the Sheep
(Lismore Books, 2003), and The Unsayable: The Hidden Language of
Trauma (Random House, 2006). She has published poetry, memoir, short
fiction, and her psychoanalytic clinical work. Annie lives a bi-located
life in Amherst and in Lismore, Ireland.