Paper Clip #23 by Tyler Curtis

Paper Clip is a weekly compilation of online articles, artifacts and other—old, new, and sometimes BOMB-related.

Part of the Paper Clip series.

New York Live Arts presents

Marjani Forte
Nov 15-19


1. On the eve of Museum Hours’s release, Jem Cohen spoke with Keyframe’s Glen Helfand about his latest work, filming in Vienna’s Kunsthistorisches Art Museum, and the gallery versus the screening.

Above, Cohen’s 2006 short film, Blessed Are the Dreams of Men.

Room 11, 2013. Mario Wagner.

2. 3:AM’s Seth Wheeler interviewed writer Hari Kunzru on his new novel, Memory Palace, and its accompanying exhibition commissioned by the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Rudy Burkhardt Curb

Curb, New York, 1973. Rudy Burckhardt.

3. Over at milk magazine, poet-critic Vincent Katz recounts his time with painter Yvonne Jacquette and late filmmaker/photographer Rudy Burckhardt.

Left to right, Thomas Jay Ryan, Henry Stram and Jan Leslie Harding in Richard Foreman’s My Head Was a Sledgehammer. Photograph by Paula Court, courtesy of Ontological-Hysteric Theater, Inc.

4. Originally published in October’s Spring 1976 issue, experimental playwright Richard Foreman’s essay, “The Carrot and The Stick” attempts to outline his attention to procedure, and the self-criticism embedded in his plays.

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