Robert Fitterman the poetry of ‘Found Language.’


Fitterman extrapolates found language, viz – language without expression, edited via inter net ads or TV soaps etc., words that plagiarize without copyright, together with those few of his own, that provide a poetic dimension to a world cast in its urbanity. In his epic poem Metropolis, we see here at Artvilla’s Poetry Videos, excerpts from Sprawl, exactly that. The subject matter of consumerist urban landscapes, the mall, through found language, as monotonous, as the experience itself, but striking, even humorous in its take on popular culture raising the low brow to a level of highbrow. Editor Robin Ouzman Hislop.

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