November 24, 2012
The poetry/photograph book set, what tends apart, is included in a donation of artist books in digital format to the Goethe-Institut New York Library, as part of the project, How Can a Digital be a Gift? by David Horvitz. The artist books are on view at the library, as Horvitz takes up residence in the attempt to digitize his donation. How Can a Digital be a Gift? is the first from a series of artist commissions organized by Jenny Jaskey, at the Goethe-Institut New York Library, under the name The End(s) of the Library, running from October 2012 - June 2013. More information on How Can a Digital be a Gift? and The End(s) of the Libraryand via its dedicated website.
The two-hour poetry editions, Transposition of Ten Ten Two, have been included with other books selected by Ed Varie to accompany the special project, She's Crafty, at the New Museum Store. The books will be shown on rotation basis, and are available for purchase at the store from November 14, 2012 - January 20, 2013. More information on Ed Varie's selection of books and She's Crafty.
??? is the current location for Booklet's library in Daizawa, Tokyo. Its collection is available to view by appointment and to purchase online. The poetry/photograph book set, what tends apart, has been donated by Staple Bound and is available for viewing. More information on Booklet Library and on ???.
Here is a PDF version of the poetry/photograph book set, what tends apart.
Here is a mp3 of the poem, Ten Ten Two.
One-off readings from what tends apart are available upon request.
September 27, 2012
I'll be doing a performance at the Ed Varie booth (Q-50) on Saturday, September 29th, 1 - 3pm at the NY Art Book Fair.
The piece is a live transposition of the poem Ten Ten Two, from the publication what tends apart, repeating over the course of two hours in silver drawing ink. Each copy of the poem differs from one another, inevitably from the incidental fall and stroke of the brush, and by chance alterations in wording and their placement on the page. The transposition then becomes an act of re-publishing by hand, to take apart the initial arrangement and create brief durations to renew the poem by way of inheritance and response.
May 26, 2012
what tends apart are two small gray books divided into poems and photographs with an insert from Oso Press. Edition of 25 with unique mp3 readings of the poems. More information here.
One-off readings are available upon request.
April 16, 2012
As a continuation of a project by Joshua Citarella and Jarrod Turner, Merge Visible is a show in Chicago on Thursday, April 19, 7-10pm at Prairie Studios. This show follows the November 2011 show in Brooklyn, Flatten Image and includes many of the same artists in addition to new ones.
In Between From and To will be shown along with work by Aurelien Arbet & Jeremie Egry, Daniel G. Baird & Haseeb Ahmed, Chen Chen & Kai Williams, Joshua Citarella, Daniel Everett, Bea Fremderman, Brian Khek, Bryan Krueger, Alex Perweiler, Ria Roberts, Kate Steciw, Diwa Tamrong, and Jarrod Turner
March 18, 2012
Downcast Eyes is a one-night event at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago on Tuesday, March 20, 6-9PM, in which twohundrededfiftysixcolors and TAGTEAM invited artists and the public to present GIFS on their laptops for as long as the battery power lasts.
The GIF, In Between From and To will be shown along with GIFs by Jim Chapa, Francisco Cordero-Oceguera, Gregory Kaplowitz, Blaise Larmee, Israel Lund, Alex Mackin Dolan, Jasper Spicero and Michael Zahn, as part of reblog my ashes, organized and presented by Sofia Leiby.