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Continuity, Hard to re-Read

Live stream HERE on Thursday, February 3rd at 7pm EST

Honoring the work of Sarah Schulman, Etel Adnan, bell hooks, Sylvère Lotringer, SOPHIE, and Greg Tate.

With readings from Arthur Jafa, Iris Klein and Chris Kraus, Alisha Mascarenhas, Muna Mire, Sarah Schulman, and Thora Siemsen, followed by a brief Q&A with Sarah Schulman.

This event is organized on the occasion of the current exhibition Looking Back – The 12th White Columns Annual – selected by Mary Manning.

Hosted by Fiona Alison Duncan.

Hard to Read is a literary social practice founded by author Fiona Alison Duncan in 2016. Continuity, Hard to re-Read was organized by Duncan with assistance from Chase Bell.

Sarah Schulman’s books Let the Record Show: A Political History of Act Up New York, 1987-1993 (2021), The Gentrification of the Mind: Witness to a Lost Imagination (2012), and Conflict is Not Abuse: Overstating Harm, Community Responsibility, and the Duty of Repair (2016) will be available for sale at the gallery with all proceeds forwarded to Palestine Legal, an advocacy group focused on defending people who support Palestinian rights. With thanks to Jackson Howard, Sarah Schulman, and Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

Select texts by Etel Adnan, bell hooks, Sylvère Lotringer, Greg Tate, Dave Hickey, Joan Didion, Eve Babitz, and Fiona Alison Duncan will also be for sale at the gallery, with proceeds forwarded to Hard to Read’s operational budget.

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