New York Live Arts presents
Chroniclers of restless wanderlust.
From the laundry room to the streets.
A daydream by a night owl.
Experimental black poetry and visual art.
A rediscovered novel and memoir depict a character we are lucky to have on the page. In life he would mortify us.
Recovering global feminism.
Corruption, capitalism, and death in Puglia.
Extending the possibilities of relation.
Exploring the lost connection between aesthetics and science.
The body as social sculpture.
Smashing high and low.
Mixing ardor and ethereality.
Following loosely in the tradition of the book-length photo-essay yoking images to text in a documentary mode, Cole has gently torqued this form.
Not fit for human consumption.
The Wake—Paul Kingsnorth’s 2014 debut novel, which chronicles the life of an Anglo-Saxon during the Norman Conquest—has since gained a disturbing resonance with the recent surge and codification of nationalism that is Brexit.
I met Mark in 2012 on a two-week tour from Montreal to Kentucky. He had just released a set of home recordings from 1976 called Digging in the Dust on the Tompkins Square label, and we had a great time driving around and getting to know each other.
It is both a memoir of Lindon’s literary friendships and a treatise on survival, a tribute to the friends whose care and love, in Lindon’s words, saved his life, even as they were themselves lost.
Reminding us of what should never have been forgotten
Two artists creating hybrids