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Tibor PAPP (Hungary)

Tibor Papp (1936, Tokai, Hungary) poet, artist, prose writer, translator. Started his creative literary and artistic activities in the midst 1950s. After emigrating from Hungary in 1957, he initiated publishing of Belgian literary magazine Dialogue (1960-61), and in 1962 in Paris he founded a magazine in the Hungarian language Magyar Műhely. In 1972 jointly with Ph. Dôme and P. Nagy he arranged publishing of the periodical in French datelier. He is one of the founders of the group Laire (lecture-art-innovation-recherche-écriture), with the electronic literary magazine alire (1989) as its main printed edition. Papp is the author of a number of poetry books, essays, collections of visual poetry, including the following: Sánta vasárnap (Paris: Magyar Műhely, 1964), Vendégszövegek 1 (Paris: Magyar Műhely, 1971), Vendégszövegek 2-3 (Paris: Magyar Műhely, 1984), Múzsaval vagy múzsa nélkűl? (Budapest: Balassi, 1992), Térvers/képek (Budapest: Balassi, 1998) and others. He is the author of the visual-poetic slide-film Textuaire for the opera by V. Globokar Carrousel (premiere at the Zagreb Biennial of Contemporary Music, 1977), also of the reconstruction of the visual typographical version of S. Mallarmes Un coup de Des... (Paris: Change errant/datelier, 1980). Since the 1980s he has been involved in the computer poetry, emphasising visual and sound constituents, textual auto-generating programs, among his productions are the following: Les trés riches heures de lordinateur no.1 (premier at the George Pompidou Center, 1985; no.2 at the George Pompidou Center, 1986; no.3 at the George Pompidou Center, 1987; no.4 at the George Pompidou Center, 1989), Disztichon Alfa (Magyar Műhely, 1994), and also the series Dressages informatiques (#1/1989 #8/1991, jointly with C. Maillard). Among the computer sound poetry works of the recent years are the following ones: Poéticoncerto for Ch (1996), Tranchée la belle (1998), in collaboration with C. Maillard: Ourlure (1992), Le 21 h 20 (1993), Cette phrase (2000). Papp is the author of a great number of perform-programs, presented at various festivals, symposiums and colloquia of contemporary poetry, including such as: Textes avec repères visuelles (1976), Déville (1979), Pogány ritmusok (1981), annaDANTE (1982), Homage to Adriano Spatola (1989), Poéticoncerto for Ch (1996). The sound poetry works have been released in LP, MC and CD formats, including such as: Voooxing Poooêtre (Italy, 1982), Charles Dreyfus, Tibor Papp (France, 1984). Since 1977 he has been participating in the exhibitions of visual and experimental poetry, computer graphics, among the most significant in the recent years are the following ones: Homage to Adriano Spatola (Celle Ligure, 1990), Art Electro-Images (Budapest, 1991), Computer-generated graphic works (Paris, 1993), Visual poetry of our time (Keszthely, 1995) and others. Since 1985 he has been a member of the Board of Directors of the International Festival of Contemporary Poetry Polyphonix, since 1992 he has been a member of the Operating Committee of the French Writers Union. Tibor Papp lives and works in Paris (France) and Budapest (Hungary).



Tranchee La Belle
(fragment, on CD-edition: 200)

Engineered and produced
by Tibor Papp at the authors
studio, Paris 1998.
1998 Tibor Papp, Paris.

Fragment, 1'00:

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