Wednesday Nights at The Poetry Project
I’m thrilled to be coordinating & hosting the Wednesday Night Series at The Poetry Project. Check out the calendar & come out to Parish Hall at St. Mark’s Church in the East Village.
Lenny Kaye, Syd Straw, Jim Carroll – Photo credit: Jacob Burckhardt, 1993
Anthology Film Archives December 12, 2013
12/12, 7:30 PM
SINGLE FRAME: THE PHOTOGRAPHER
For this edition of Anthology Film Archive’s regular series SINGLE FRAME, Ariel Goldberg presents the world premiere of THE PHOTOGRAPHER, a slide show and reading of essays. This performance is made possible, in part, by a 2012-13 grant from the Franklin Furnace Fund supported by the Jerome Foundation; the Lambent Foundation Fund of Tides Foundation; and by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.
n/a gallery: July 19-August 31
A new slideshow and text from The Estrangement Principle will be at n/a gallery.
The opening is on July 19th, 8pm, 4304 West street, Oakland CA
Jess Barbagallo and I will be reading at Milk & Roses in Greenpoint on Monday June 17, at 7pm.
Rainbow Book Fair
I’ll be part of what will be an amazing six hour marathon reading at the Midtown Holiday Inn on April 14, 2013.
Multifarious Array: Pete’s Candy Store, March 29, 2013, 7pm. I’m reading with Alan Felsenthal and Stephen Motika.
Troubling the Line Anthology Now Available
“The first of its kind, Troubling the Line: Trans and Genderqueer Poetry and Poetics, gathers together a diverse range of 55 poets with varying aesthetics and backgrounds. In addition to generous samples of poetry by each trans writer, the book also includes “poetics statements”—reflections by each poet that provide context for their work covering a range of issues from identification and embodiment to language and activism.” Edited by TC Tolbert and Tim Trace Peterson & available through Small Press Distribution.
On The Estrangement Principle at The Poetry Project
I’ll be reflecting on and challenging the ideas and arguments in Part One of The Estrangement Principle which takes to task problems and productive aspects of labeling art as queer. I’ll also be reading what has begun to comprise Part Two alongside a slideshow of relevant photographs.
“Talking about my generation”: Jill Johnston and the Critic as Subject
Sunday November 4th, 3pm New Museum
Rethinking the Imprint of Judson Dance Theater Fifty Years Later: Movement Research in Residence.
Critical Correspondence coeditors Aaron Mattocks and Marissa Perel honor the celebrated writer and critic Jill Johnston, whose experimental and personal voice communicated the culture of the interdisciplinary 1960s art scene. In light of Johnston’s innovative contributions to the form, this conversation considers contemporary criticism and the writer as subject. Speakers: David Velasco & Claudia La Rocco. Readers: Thom Donovan, Ariel Goldberg, Cassie Petersen, and Christine Shan Shan Hou.
(re)collection – A collaboration with Lost and Found
I will have a text for take-away at San Francisco’s Intersection for the Arts show: (re)collection – A collaboration with Lost and Found: Family Photos Swept by the 3.11 East Japan Tsunami. Thousands of photographs recovered from the city of Yamamoto after the earthquake and tsunami in Japan on March 11, 2011 will be on display. Work in response to the images also by Mark Baugh-Sasaki, Mayumi Hamanaka, Taro Hattori, Sean McFarland, Kari Orvik and Kelli Yon. The show runs September 12 – October 27, 2012. If not in SF: read Chemicals in Reverse.