RSVP for Conversation Six: Double-Lines
Riet Wijnen’s "Conversation Six: Double-Lines" is a fictional dialogue centered around British Constructivist Marlow Moss (1889—1958) and Australian artist and pioneer of modernist painting Grace Crowley (1890—1979), featuring a third character, Pauline Oliveros (1932—2016), the American experimental composer, pioneer of electronic music, and humanitarian. Focusing on the lives of key female figures, "Conversation Six: Double-Lines" antagonizes how abstraction as an art movement, starting in the 1920s, is canonized in western art history. This work is part of Wijnen’s larger "Sixteen Conversations on Abstraction," a cycle of text-based and sculptural works initiated in 2015. "Conversation Six: Double-Lines" will be read by Riet Wijnen and Rindon Johnson, both included in Searching the Sky for Rain.
Tuesday, September 17 at 7pm
44-19 Purves Street
Long Island City, NY 11101
+1 718 361 1750
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