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Readings from Lost & Found: A Preview of Platform 2016

Readings from Lost & Found: A Preview of Platform 2016

Company:

DANSPACE PROJECT

Location:

The New Museum (235 Bowery)

Dates:

Thursday, October 6, 2016 - 7:00pm

Tickets:

newmuseum.org

Company:
DANSPACE PROJECT

[OPENING PARTY/ READING]
October 6, 7pm
Readings from Lost & Found: A Preview of Platform 2016
The New Museum (235 Bowery)
Admission: $15 General / $10 New Museum members. Tickets on sale at newmuseum.org in September (are they on sale yet?).

An evening in partnership with The New Museum to preview the release of the Lost & Found catalogue: Dance, New York, HIV/AIDS, Then and Now, edited by Ishmael Houston-Jones, Will Rawls, and Jaime Shearn Coan. Contributors Houston-Jones, Theodore Kerr, Linda Simpson, and Julie Tolentino will read selections from the catalogue and engage in a conversation moderated by Judy Hussie-Taylor, Editor-in-Chief of the Danspace Project publication series.

The Lost and Found catalogue is the 11th published by Danspace Project since 2010. Contributors include: niv Acosta, Penny Arcade, Marc Arthur, Tyler Ashley, AUNTS, Arthur Avíles, John Bernd, Archie Burnett, C.Carr, Travis Chamberlain, Jaime Shearn Coan, Peter Cramer, Douglas Crimp, Eduardo C. Corral, DarkMatter, Brenda Dixon Gottschild, Talya Epstein, Karen Finley, Dan Fishback, Nan Goldin, Neil Greenberg, Miguel Gutierrez, Ishmael Houston-Jones, Denise Roberts Hurlin, Bill T. Jones, Niall Noel Jones, Deborah Jowitt, John Kelly, Theodore Kerr, Kia Labeija, Joshua Lubin-Levy, Tim Miller, Eileen Myles, Willi Ninja, Eiko Otake, iele paloumpis, Nicky Paraiso, Marissa Perel, Stephen Petronio, Will Rawls, Joan Retallack, Jen Rosenblit, Sarah Schulman, Lucy Sexton, Linda Simpson, Danez Smith, Pamela Sneed, Sally Sommer, Muna Tseng, David Thomson, Julie Tolentino, Larissa Velez-Jackson, Jack Waters, Jeff Weinstein, Reggie Wilson, and Eva Yaa Asantewaa.

 


Willi Ninja. Photo by Andrew Eccles, courtesy of Sally Sommer.
 

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