On The Estrangement Principle at The Poetry Project
I read from Parts One & Two of The Estrangement Principle, a long essay on the problems with labeling art as queer 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.