Kenneth Goldsmith Fidget (, Coach House Books) (MP3) Recorded at the WFMU studios, Jersey City, New Jersey, September March Fidget has 86 ratings and 13 reviews. mwpm said: every move Kenneth Goldsmith’s body made on June 16, * * *Eyelids open. Tongue runs acros. The follow-up to the critically acclaimed No. , Fidget ruthlessly documents every movement made by Goldsmith’s body on Bloomsday (June 16) from
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Goldsmith makes this about as interesting as it could possibly be, and other writers would have probably done a worse job. Left leg propels body. Views nose profile to left.
Losa rated it liked it. Creative and critical responses to his work are archived at the Kenneth Goldsmith, Electronic Poetry Center  with several being consolidated in Open Letter: Left hand grasps right. Right hand scratches right calf.
If it is true, as Brion Gysin once remarked, that innovations in writing lag 50 years behind those of visual art, Goldsmith has steadfastly worked to bring the form up to date with the accomplishments of conceptual and performance art.
Shape of left nostril conforms to shape of finger. Back of jaw forces ears to quiver. Forefinger moves to nostril. Heels of hands push into jaw. Hand moves to top of scalp. La lengua cruza el labio superior al ifdget de izquierda a derecha de la boca siguiendo el arco del labio. Eyes profile nose to right. Thumb and middle finger rotate.
Index finger extends into crack of buttocks and probes anus. Upper teeth comb lower lip.
Apply pressure behind ears. The concept is somewhat interesting but kennefh book didn’t actually need to be written.
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Elbow turns upward as knuckles of fist jam neck. Pinkie and forefinger press. With influences ranging from John Cage and Andy Warhol to contemporary hip hop and internet artists, Goldsmith has pushed the limits of late twentieth century poetics to both reinvigorate and pioneer aspects of visual poetry, sound poetry, the list poem, and digital poetics.
Camille Martin rated it it was amazing Dec 22, Right hand caresses left. Bottom teeth hit upper. Kenneth Goldsmith and Conceptual Poetics Right hand corkscrews, led by tip of right middle finger. Moves from wrist in half-spiral counterclockwise rotation. Goldsmith’s practice embraces the performance of the writer as process and plagiarism — as content.
The follow-up to the critically acclaimed No. There’s been too much pain for many people around this and I do not wish to cause any more. Preview — Fidget by Kenneth Goldsmith.
Fingers dig into tear ducts.
However, whereas a classical guidebook’s diction is derived from the standard corpus, with No. Left hand reaches with index finger. Left hand tucks at pubic area. Right hand in front of mouth. Fingernails repeatedly dig into scalp. Stomach fills with air.