RE: [thewire] Sussan Deyhim
- Attar is the poet who wrote "The Conference of the Birds" an allegorical
Sufi poem (and as you say, Peter Brook did a theatrical version). I'll post
more details tomorrow, unless someone better informed gets in first...
From: mIEKAL aND [mailto:dtv@...]
Sent: 03 December 2001 13:35
Subject: Re: [thewire] Sussan Deyhim
Im only aware of the project by Peter Brook called "Conference of the
Birds". Who is Attar?
out of the loop,
"Steeples Paul (Mr PW)" wrote:
> Quite coincidentally, I got a mailing at the weekend from Artangel (an[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> organisation that puts on art and performance events in the UK) and
> one of
> their projects for Autumn next year involves Sussan Deyhim and two
> people (left the mailing at home, so I can't say who) doing a project
> on Attar's Conference of the Birds, probably in London. I can provide
> details for anyone who's interested, but thought you might like the
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Attar is the Sufi author who wrote "Conference of the birds".
In Anaphoria, there is an ensemble called the "Ensemble of 31 birds"
as a reference to Attar who is well liked there.
mIEKAL aND wrote:
> Im only aware of the project by Peter Brook called "Conference of the-- Kraig Grady
> Birds". Who is Attar?
> out of the loop,
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