The first of my video essays just went up at ElectricLiterature.com along with an essay on craft and process, explaining how the project evolved into this form. Both the video and the essay can be found here: Map Inset: Kansas — A Video Essay about a woman, a dog, the open road, and the things we carry to the middle of nowhere.
Come celebrate the opening of 347 S. Clarence this weekend, November 6, 7 & 8.
The space blows my mind; the art takes my breath away; and Saturday night’s readers are so astonishing and innovative, they’re sharing the bill with bands. (And did I mention they’re actually letting me hang art on the walls?)
Readings by Chad Sweeney • Felicia Sullivan • Michelle Bracken • Ruben Ty Rodriguez • Mandy Kahn • Allyson Jeffredo
Readings start 7pm, Saturday Nov. 7th.
This November 2015 show proves that it is possible to find an alternative space and transform it, to gather a community and foment it, to step out of the studio and show work within a white-walled space of holy square footage, and to excite artistic, interdisciplinary, and community cross-pollination.