Previously at the ICA - Events
22 Feb 2017
I have a dream of working a combination lock that is engraved on its back with the combination. Left 85, right 12, left 66. "Well shit, man," I say in the dream.
Hollis and I have killed this whole Saturday together. We've watched all fourteen hours of the PBS series The Civil War.
Now that it's over he turns to me and says, "That was good."
Buy Me Something
I end up at Appletree-the grocery-in the dead of the night. I'm not going to last long shopping, though, because this song was bad enough when what's-her-name sang it. And who are all these people at four A.M.? I'm making a new rule: No one is to touch me. Unless and until I feel different about things. Then, I'll call off the rule.
From Why Did I Ever by Mary Robison, Counterpoint Press, 2001
An evening of video and readings featuring works by Kathy Acker, Rosa Aiello, Jay Chung and Q Takeki Maeda, Loretta Fahrenholz, Julia Heyward, John Knight, Jesper List Thomsen, Ghislaine Leung, Claudia Rankine, Stephen G. Rhodes and Meredith Monk. Presented by Ghislaine Leung in conjunction with The Moves at Cell Project Space, London from 2 February to 19 March.