If not today, then today!
Join Carolee Scheemann at Danspace Project for two evenings of film screenings and performance, featuring her works Meat Joy, Water Light/Water Needle, Snows, and Lateral Splay.
As part of the public programs at the Guggenheim, participate in a discussion entitled Empathy, Affect, and the Photographic Image, taking place in conjunction with the current exhibition of the work of Rineke Dijkstra.
Greenlight Bookstore is hosting The Third Annual Brooklyn Indie Party at 7:30 PM featuring A Public Space, Akashic Books, Archipelago Books, Armchair/Shotgun, Bazillion Points Books, Belladonna Series, Black Balloon Publishing, BOMB Magazine, Electric Literature’s Recommended Reading, Ig Publishing, Litmus Press, Melville House, Patasola Press, powerHouse Books, Stonecutter, Tin House, Ugly Duckling Presse, and Vulgar Marsala Press. If that’s not enough of an incentive, there will be drinks, refreshments, and music from DJ Johnny Temple.
superHUMAN combines canonical myths, comic book heroes, and speculative literature and film. It features the work of the following artists: Blanka Amezkua, Edgar Arceneaux, Kevin Darmanie, Kurt Forman, Chitra Ganesh, Fay Ku, Shaun El C. Leonardo, Kerry James Marshall, Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz, Dulce Pinzon, William Pope.L, Robert Pruitt, Xaviera Simmons, Saya Woolfalk.
The Channel by Derrick Adams explores a construct of American popular culture, commerce, and the development of self-image. Presented in a format similar to the early learning educational television programs of the 1970s at BAM Fishman Space.
The Brooklyn premiere of Elevator Repair Service’s Shuffle: a site-specific performance installation is happening in the stacks of the Brooklyn Public Library featuring special guests Mark Hansen and Ben Rubin.
The Brooklyn Book Festival is hosting events all day. Take a good look at the full schedule here. Check out one or many of the events featuring poets, novelists, graphic novelists, academics, journalists, or translators!