Thursday, October 16, 2014

Gallery Opening at Vis Arts with the Washington Project for the Arts

I have some video in the Washington Project for the Arts' "Strange Bedfellows" gallery at Vis Arts in Washington DC (Rockville, MD) tomorrow night. If you're in the area, the opening is at 7pm and should be pretty great.

The exhibition is curated by Blair Murphy and also features work from Ingrid Burrington (Brooklyn, NY), Bean Gilsdorf (San Francisco, CA), Katie Hargrave (Chattanooga, TN), Leslie Holt (Hyattsville, MD), Benjamin Kelley (Baltimore, MD), Jennifer Levonian (Philadelphia, PA), A. Moon (Silver Spring, MD), Sebastian Martorana (Baltimore, MD), Jacob Rhodes (Brooklyn, NY), Stephanie Williams (Alexandria, VA), and Jenny Walton (Washington, DC).

The opening is from 7-9pm and I'll be around hanging out, having some form of liquid refreshment, probably carrying a bag with more pieces of loose paper than I know what to do with even though I'm carrying them around and calling it a "to read" pile. Details on that here.

It, Collected

Many thanks to The Economy Journal for publishing a long poem of mine from a series of poems that partially function as theater. The poem they published is called "It, Collected" and it's a part of Issue 15 over there, which also features work by Kathy Fish and Brandon Alvendia.

They publish really wonderful work there and I recommend checking out pretty much everything they've published. Their issues are well-curated and very manageable size-wise (you might even say it's economical).