Although our residency may now be over, we do have this beautiful logbook full of writing, photos, and other daily materials from our time living in the museum. Caterina Molteni wrote a lovely little essay about my work; there’s my essay first published in NERO editions about the studio space; and, there is an excerpt of Lisa Robertson’s The Baudelaire Fractal in Italian for the first time. You can even buy it online right here!
So honored to have my essay “Every Illness Recalls Another” in the Winter 2020 issue of Praire Schooner, one of this big classic American magazines. Thank you to editor Mahtem Shiferraw for seeking me out to write about Italy during the pandemic.
Check out @MAMbo’s Instagram to see videos of me, Federica Scaringello, Eleonora Luccarini, Vito Bonito, Domenico Brancale, and Marilena Renda reading original work relating to works of art in the museum collection!
A project curated by me and Caterina Molteni in anticipation of #dearyou ❤
We had live readings for a series of Friday afternoons during that brief period when museums we opened again. Museum goers and poets shared words and excitement about poetry!
I can’t even begin to express what a joy it was to talk with Teresa Kittler about Carla Lonzi and Autoritratto for this interview. We gushed, we speculated, we worshiped. And then we had a drink…because that was still possible…Read it here ❤ ps. Thank you to Octavia Stocker for her excellent editing.
So honored to be in this experimental magazine spearheaded by Manuela Pacella. A new pocket of NERO editions. My essay on translation as continual failure! Alla Nietzsche and alla Avital.
Sometimes you see a show you need just when you need it. Also I love Vienna and I’ll take any excuse to spend more time there, see friends and see art. Suellen Rocca ought to be a household name, I wrote about the last show she conceived before her recent passing this past spring in FlashArt International.