Hilton Als once called the essay “a form without a form”—a description equally applicable to his work as a staff writer and theater critic for The New Yorker, but also to his work as a curator. For this virtual studio visit, writer and editor Mary Wang will use clips from films foundational to Als’ practice to discuss the formal transgressions in his work and how such methods can help bring muddled presents into shape.*
A FORM WITHOUT A FORM—HILTON ALS IN CONVERSATION WITH MARY WANG*
Wednesday, September 23.
5 pm on the West Coast; 8 pm East Coast.
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From top: Hilton Als, photograph by Dominique Nabokov, image courtesy and © the photographer and Als; Mary Wang, courtesy and © the photographer and Wang; Marlene Dumas, Hilton Als, 2018, from the series Great Men, 2014–present, courtesy and © the artist and David Zwirner.