BLACK AND BLUR—writings by Fred Moten on artists and musicians including Charles Mingus, David Hammons, and Glenn Gould—is the first volume of CONSENT NOT TO BE A SINGLE BEING, a trilogy of essays published in the fifteen years since In the Break (2003), Moten’s landmark investigation of jazz, sexual identity, and radical black politics.
Saturday, May 5, at 2 pm.
Frieze New York
Randall’s Island, New York City.
Image credit above: Duke University Press.
Below: Fred Moten. Photograph by Robert Adam Mayer.