Anyhow, is there a name for this opening and how should Black continue? The starting point of infinity is always at the center A group reading of Etel Adnan's poetry Sunday, April 7 - pm Join a group of translators, writers, and close readers of Etel Adnan's work for a reading a selected writing by Adnan, a profound, sensitive and socially-conscious poet, philosopher, painter, essayist, and mystic of our time. Reception to follow. Image: Sam Gary. At times hilarious, but by and large devastating, this small collection wonderfully warps the sense of sensation itself, rendering grief through the chilly lens of a machine whose obedient and astute observation rings too true, inadvertently becoming the ultimate salute to the most profound of human feelings.
Now she is working on a novel. She lives here in Brooklyn and works at the Transit Museum. She is the author of the chapbook PTSD. Visual art from the issue will accompany the reading. Antonio Ochoa was born in Mexico City. The piece follows two women who see the future in an alternate reality. Works are created quarterly by different authors and printed quickly with minimal to no publishing cost. Ivanna Baranova is a Brooklyn-based poet. She has performed nationally as a member of the performance group, wetwinkie, and is currently working on her first collection of poetry.
Image : Ellie Ga, Remainder, Courtesy the artist and Bureau, New York. Temporary Tapes is a limited edition electronic music cassette label and home for all things analogue, doubtful and ferric. Founded in by Jane Gregory, Lyn Hejinian, and Claire Marie Stancek, Nion Editions publishes three titles per year, with special interest in chapbooks and uncategorizable forms. Image: Super 8 film still courtesy David Mason. He lives in New York City. Her work is informed by queer echo-locating, contemporary art, and recollection. Tender Table is a storytelling platform for women of color queer, trans, cis and gender-nonbinary black, indigenous, people of color BIPOC to share narratives about food and its connections to identity, memory, and community.
Through food, we connect with our culture, and at times it is through food that we share our culture with others. Tender Table provides compensation to all presenters and contributors we work with for their time and labor — thank you in advance for your donations.
No one will be turned away for lack of funds. His practice encompasses conceptual writing, archives, performance, video, sound and zines. He is a campaigner for prisoners, human rights and civil liberties, and was shortlisted for a Liberty Human Rights Award. She's been published in a wide range of outlets including the Guardian, Harper's, the Intercept, the Nation, the Village Voice and many others. You can follow her work stahlidarity. Composed between and , each of the works are written for both the page and for live performance and are, what Harryman calls "recalcitrant texts," meant to perform their own object status "as both linked to and separate from the live performance of its language.
Never settling between poetry and theater, Sue In Berlin resists genre to create a material sense of constant motion and morphing identities, heightening our attentions and sensitivities as readers to that of listeners: to the chorus that emerges — ruptures, rather — as text, as process, as narrative insistently folding back into itself.
The Garden of M. Her works for performance have been presented nationally and internationally.
Open Box, a CD of text and music experiments done in collaboration with Jon Raskin was released on the Tzadik label in To celebrate the release, Take Shape contributors Luiza Dale and Kyle Chayka will be joined in conversation by artist Nora Rodriguez and transit activist Charles Komanoff to talk about how design affects movement through the landscape, especially in New York City.
She works with clients to create websites and publications, and she designs the magazine CLOG. His book on minimalism is forthcoming from Bloomsbury Publishing.
She currently works on interpretive media at the Jewish Museum in New York. Nora is excited by media education because of its particular potential to draw a direct line between active, creative learning and active, creative citizenship. We are its crew, a group of editors circumnavigating the margins, seeking to define questions more than to provide answers.
From this vantage point, we aim to imagine and fortify change without relying on a fleeting news cycle or the whims of advertisers. Short dramatic readings to be followed by refreshments. MFA: Northwestern University. He grew up the only boy among seven sisters. Do yourself a favor, catch up; be here now, and you will need not look back. Here lies Black. Images that cling to you, so vivid and visceral that you will want to read slowly and savor every word. She is currently a member of the Soho Rep.
Their work often draws from their mixed-race Southeast Asian-American, queer, and transgender experience. They organize with artists of color and work at the ACLU to end mass incarceration. They received their B. Simone Kearney is a Brooklyn-based writer and artist. Ali Power is a poet and psychotherapist. Jenny lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where she works in social justice philanthropy.
Talone's broadside was selected as a result of our first mini-manuscript open reading period in June She translates literature, cross-stitches, and runs letterpress workshops at Wendy's Subway when not working in the archives of the Transit Museum in Brooklyn. Her work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and she was a finalist for the Alexander Posey Contest. She lives in Erie, PA where she is the chief editor of a pharmaceutical publication and a violinist in the Erie Chamber Orchestra.
Readers are encouraged to visit the library during open hours to consult the titles at their leisure. That noise feels like the other side of art. Most importantly, though, chroma noise is evident in the tapes at the Franklin Furnace Archive through the way in which each work transforms what is regarded as art by inserting and rendering visible the anomalous bodies that differently define and constitute it.
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Here, noise works to unsettle and destabilize patriarchal definitions of taste, creating through that moment of disorder a collection of counter-cultural artifacts that establish an alternative value system within the art historical canon. Franklin Furnace is dedicated to serving artists by providing both physical and virtual venues for the presentation of time-based art, including but not limited to artists' books and periodicals, installation art, performance art, and unforeseen contemporary avant-garde art forms; and to undertake other activities related to these purposes.
Franklin Furnace is committed to serving emerging artists; to assuming an aggressive pedagogical stance with regard to the value of avant-garde art to life; and to fostering artists' zeal to broadcast ideas. Megan specializes in the history of feminist conceptual art, and is currently writing on the Downtown New York scene in the late 70s.
She has curated numerous exhibitions over the past 5 years in the Toronto area and has presented her research at multiple international conferences, including the Canadian Philosophical Association, the International Communication Association and the 10th annual Media Art Histories conference. Courtesy of Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc.
However, as more people die, the bigger Mano becomes. He lives in Portland, OR.
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She teaches writing in New York City. She lives and works in Chicago. The Director, Jinushi talks with the percussionist about desires, and films how his performance changes throughout the conversation. The result becomes a kind of documentary recording of the process of musical collaboration and of emerging desire. This distance from her home country has created the opportunity for Jinushi to explore the elements of language and communication inherent in her work outside of her native Japanese.
It has also enabled Jinushi to critically consider social and cultural matters back home through a new lens. Jinushi and Brennan faced each other on a stage before a live audience, Brennan sitting at his drum set and Jinushi behind her video camera. As Jinushi shares anecdotes and poses questions to Brennan on the subject of desire, Brennan responds twice- initially verbally, and then through improvisation on the drums.
Thus, each inquiry has a concrete and abstract response, highlighting the communicational limits and strengths of both. As an interview subject, Brennan is candid in discussing personal struggles between desire and ethics, the heightened awareness of participating in an artwork seemingly drawing two strangers into a more revealing dialogue than would naturally occur. Organized by Stephen Lichty. Can you build a bridge with gumdrops and toothpicks? Why does Penelope Cruz have four gold needles pierced through her ears?
How would you organise collective life without representatives? I understand, the ice groans, shrieks, and thunders, life-to-earth magnetism. He is founding editor of the website Lateral Addition. She has performed original works in twenty-four spaces across the United States and Canada.
About Contemporary? Just read any manifesto to realize the anachronism of the genre. In our time—in which we have stopped believing in the future, and acceleration prevents us from generating coherent narratives—its arrogant and brooding tone generates mistrust. Its grand and safe assertions sounds unlikely.
As is pointed in the opening tittle of this series: Under the current circumstances, simply writing a manifesto is a subversive act. The temporal logic that must be employed in constructing one is in itself a direct affront to the status quo: the very fact of thinking toward the future in a presentist era already threatens the hegemonic temporal structure—and therefore, too, the economic, political, social, and aesthetic models that sustain it.
His work often concerns Mexican history and the ways in which it is remembered. His most recent books include Against Time. Mexican Contemporary Manifestos —a collection of sixty manifestos written by Mexican young writers, artists, chefs, academics, and activists—. His work has been published in newspapers and magazines such as the New York Times and Nexos. He is a CantoMundo fellow. IG: djashtrae In addition to mary wants to be a superwoman, the second book in her box set trilogy, just out from Third Man Books, her books include daryl hall is my boyfriend book one , the precipice of jupiter, camera obscura both collaborations with Bay Area artist Mark Stephen Finein , murmur in the inventory.
She was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was educated at New York University.