As part of the Skulpturenpark Berlin_Zentrum Re.Turn programme, I’ll be performing a piece by artist and architect Lydia Karagiannakis entitled de.construction.fantasies. My reading will be accompanied by a video and live improvisation by the musician Marco Schröder at Seydelstraße 19, 15h on November 14th, 2021.
I had the great pleasure to be invited by Montez Press Radio to produce a 1-hour special episode as part of their participation in the Kunstverein in Hamburg exhibition, Magazine, curated by Nicholas Tammens. The episode was created in collaboration with the writer and editor, Olamiju Fajemisin.
The episode will be re-broadcast on Something Like’s usual slot on Thursday, November 11th, 2021 at 10am CET.
I’ll be performing a new work entitled “Chimera’s Still Warm Body” with the composer, vibraphonist and percussionist Els Vandeweyer at Klosterruine in Berlin on September 1 & 2, 2021.
This project is generously supported by Musikfonds e.V. and the Canadian Embassy, Berlin.
I’m very very excited to share my guest spot on WFMU’s Radio Row, which aired on Sunday, April 25th at 5pm EST.
Check it out here on WFMU’s website.
WFMU-FM is a listener-supported, non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 91.1 Mhz FM in Jersey City, NJ, right across the Hudson from lower Manhattan. It is currently the longest running freeform radio station in the United States.
The station also broadcasts to New York City and to Rockland County, NY at 91.9 FM, and to the Hudson Valley, NYC and Lower Catskills in New York, Western New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania via its 90.1 signal at WMFU in Mount Hope, NY. The station maintains an extensive online presence at WFMU.ORG which includes live audio streaming in several formats, over 17 years of audio archives, podcasts and a popular blog.
Himali Singh Soin asked me to contribute to her beautiful online project *Spring is dangerous, like love. And love survives the lovers.* for Serpentine Galleries online.
Read it here.
I participated in a special episode of Reece Cox’s Info Unltd. along with a fantastic list of artists and poets.
Bitsy Knox Meaningless Secrets 5 min, 30 sec
Bitsy Knox reads from her 2020 chapbook Meaningless Secrets, which was composed in late 2019 on an island in the Pacific Northwest of Canada, during an extended period of almost total isolation. While there, an inanimate metadrama unfolded between the ocean and the pockmarked shore.