Nattsong, Art Monthly #453

By sound art scholar Lucia Farineti. “Nattsong” marks the culmination of a 6 year cycle of performances around ancient and minoritised languages.

Alisoun Sings and hystoricism

“Bergvall’s historically multiple language creates a space where all that is transgressive, opaque, and mobile from the medieval and the contemporary meet”. Review by Toby Altman on Alisoun Sings & the trilogy. Chicago Review.
Issue 63:03/04 Winter/Spring 2020

Collective Poesy

The disruptive pleasures of Alisoun Sings. A review by Charles Theonia. Oct 2020. Jacket 2

Alisounation: “Re-sounding is the name of the game”

Resounding. Re-sounding. Resonance is the name of the game. A spinning riffing vocalising review exchange around Alisoun. By Kyoo Lee for Chinese Underground Literary Mag Spittoon Collective. With great additional links.

“Love binds, love connects”

Review essay by Greg Bem. On Alisoun Sings and looking at links across the trilogy.
Rain Taxi, Fall 2020

An Evolution of Style in 3 Poets

A great read of Alisoun Sings by Marc Scroggins. Also looks at Erica Hunt and John Matthias. HYPERALLERGIC.

Poetry Among & In The Midst

Came across this article again archived as PDF. Around Cecilia Vicuña and my own performative “interart” practices. Denise Newman. World Literature Today.

Dawn performance draws crowd on roof of Gaelic College.

In collaboration with Gaelic speakers on the island, Bergvall devised a powerful and entrancing piece, which took the audience on a sonic journey as the sun rose above the mountains. The dawn chorus’ of birds and a passing rain shower added to a multifaceted work.

Conference (after Attar)

review, Jonathan Jones, The Guardian