New Videos @ Aracdia Missa in London :) Opening Hours: Wednesday – Saturday 11-6pm
Daily Screening Of Work By:
Hannah Quinlan & Rosie Hastings – 11am – 12pm
Ann Hirsch – 12pm – 1pm
Shola Amoo – 1pm – 2pm
Keren Cytter – 2pm – 3pm
Imran Perretta – 3pm – 4pm
Rindon Johnson – 4pm – 5pm
Hannah Black – 5pm – 6pm
Or else, the women play the game— Organized by Nathan Storey Freeman
Ser Serpas and I will present a reading and performance inside of a castle of our own making :)
! Jordan Strafer and I will open our collaborative 2 person show at King's Leap on June 2 in Brooklyn !
You can check out my new VR piece in DiMoDA 3.0 opening Thursday May 24th :) !
From the mid-1980s to the mid-1990s, The Poetry Project held an annual symposium that featured readings, talks, panels and workshops. This spring, we are thrilled to reinvent this 3-day event and expand our mission to provide a forum and network for our literary community. Allen Ginsberg saw the Project as a place where people could articulate their relationship to the most important national and global problems of the time, and believed that the planet needed imagination and the avant-garde spirit of poetry to survive. After the thrill of the 50th Anniversary celebration last year and another energetic New Year’s Day Marathon, we’re looking forward to making the symposium an annual opportunity to bring poets together at the church.
Here's some info:
This interactive exhibition considers how roleplay - found in many video games - can be used as tactic to reflect, contest and move beyond real-world power structures. No longer to be understood merely as a place of escape, the game realm and the ‘real world’ have collided.
"States of Play: Roleplay Reality is, hands down, the most emotionally effecting exhibition I’ve seen. From start to finish it is immersive, uncomfortable, upsetting, relatable, relaxing and terrifying. It’s a brilliant exhibition" - Art in Liverpool
Image credits: FACT, States of Play: Roleplay Reality, 2018. Photo by Jon Barraclough.
I'll be reading a piece of mine for this reading / discussion series organized by Brian Droitcour for unbag @ MoMA PS1 Sunday, April 1 - come :)
I'm reading with Darcie Wilder for Segue @ Zinc Bar on Saturday the 24th of March from 4:30pm - 6:30pm :)
82 WEST 3rd STREET, BETWEEN THOMPSON AND SULLIVAN STS.
NEW YORK CITY
$5 admission goes to support the readers
I am so excited to present my first solo exhibition @ AA|LA Gallery in LA, opening March 17th - please come if you're in LA <3
I'm incredibly excited to be part of @MoMA PS1’s #VWSundaySessions for Anti Bodies curated / presented by Topical Cream. Please please go to Anti Bodies on Sunday January 28. Get your tickets and find more information here.
Opening tmrw in Kitchener Canada - check it out if you're in the area!
Hey I have a little feature in this month's Artforum, check it out :)
I'm stoked to be included in this exhibition “New Black Portraitures,” an online exhibition curated by Aria Dean, assistant curator of net art and digital culture at Rhizome. Part of First Look: New Art Online, copresented by Rhizome and the New Museum.