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MONDAY: Fireside Reading with Chris Kraus and Jeremy Sigler (West Hollywood)

11 December 2010

Author : jeanne-salome-rochat

On Monday, a most attractive evening of reading will take place at the Schindler House, West Hollywood, California. I really wish i was able to attent. It will feature Jeremy Sigler, reading from his new book CRACKPOT POET (Black Square/Brooklyn Rail) and Chris Kraus, reading from her new collection of essays WHERE ART BELONGS (Semiotext(e)).


The event is FREE! (+suggested donation of $7/$6 for students and seniors)

Jeremy Sigler is the author of five books: To and To (Left Hand Books, 1998), Mallet Eyes (Left Hand Books, 2000), Led Almost by My Tie (with Jessica Stockholder, Ruth Lingen Editions, 2007), Math (Ubuweb Editions, 2008), and Crackpot Poet (Black Square Editions/Brooklyn Rail, 2010). He is the Associate Editor of Parkett Publishers, teaches in the graduate art departments of Yale University, SUNY Purchase, and The Maryland Institute College of Art, and is the creator of the Theater of Therapeutic Choreography.

Chris Kraus is the author of I Love Dick (Semiotext(e)/Native Agents, 1997), Aliens & Anorexia (Semiotext(e)/Native Agents, 2000), Torpor (Semiotext(e)/Native Agents, 2006), Video Green: Los Angeles Art and the Triumph of Nothingness (Semiotext(e)/Active Agents, 2004) and the forthcoming novel Summer of Hate. A co-editor of Semiotext(e) with Hedi El Kholti and Sylvere Lotringer, Kraus has taught in graduate programs at UC Irvine, Art Center College of Design, San Francisco Art Institute and EGS. She writes regularly for Artforum.

Schindler house, West Hollywood, CA

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