Tag Archives: Fred Moten

RENEE GLADMAN AND FRED MOTEN

If you missed the 192 Books and Paula Cooper Gallery presentation of ONE LONG BLACK SENTENCE—artist’s book of writer Renee Gladman’s fantastical drawings that merge writing and architecture, with a response from Fred Moten—the audio of the reading and conversation by the book’s authors is streaming now.

See link below.

RENEE GLADMAN and FRED MOTEN IN CONVERSATION

Paula Cooper Gallery Studio

One Long Black Sentence images (4, including the book’s cover, fourth from top) courtesy and © Renee Gladman and Image Text Ithaca Press. Photographs of Gladman (second from top) and Fred Moten (above) courtesy and © the authors and photographers.

WU TSANG AT ICA

Wu Tsang—the spring 2019 Art Council Chair at the UCLA Department of Art—will give a visiting artist lecture at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.

WU TSANG—ARTIST TALK

Wednesday, December 4, at 7 pm.

Institute of Contemporary Art

1717 East 7th Street, downtown Los Angeles.

From top: Wu Tsang, photograph by Maciek Jasik; Wu Tsang, Into a Space of Love, 2018, stills (2), courtesy and © Frieze and Gucci; Fred Moten and Wu Tsang, Who Touched Me? (2018), cover image courtesy and © If I Can’t Dance; Wu Tsang, The Looks, 2015, featuring boychild, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, photograph by Achim Kukulies, Düsseldorf; Wu Tsang, Damelo Todo / Odot Olemad, Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zurich, photograph by Stefan Alteburger. Images courtesy and © the artist, the photographers, the publishers, Clifton Benevento, Michael Benevento, and Isabella Bortolozzi.

DAVID HAMMONS IS ON OUR MIND

DAVID HAMMONS IS ON OUR MIND—the Wattis Institute catalogue that includes a 1994 artist’s talk as well as texts by Tongo Eisen-Martin and Fred Moten—is out of print, but Artbook at Hauser & Wirth has a few copies left.

DAVID HAMMONS IS ON OUR MIND

Artbook at Hauser & Wirth

917 East 3rd Street, downtown Los Angeles.

DAVID HAMMONS

Through August 11.

Hauser & Wirth

901 East 3rd Street, downtown Los Angeles.

From top: David Hammons is on Our Mind, book cover image courtesy and © the artist and the CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts; David Hammons, Orange is the New Black, 2017, mixed media; David Hammons, untitled, 2017. Artwork images courtesy and © the artist and Hauser & Wirth, photographs by Genevieve Hanson.

MOVED BY THE MOTION — SUDDEN RISE

SUDDEN RISE—co-written by Wu Tsang, boychild, and Fred Moten—is the New York City performance debut of the ensemble Moved by the Motion.

This “collage” of text, film, movement, and sound is complemented by the words of Langston Hughes, James Baldwin, Hannah Arendt, W.E.B. Du Bois and Jimi Hendrix.

MOVED BY THE MOTION—SUDDEN RISE

Friday, April 26, at 8 pm.

Saturday April 27, at 4 pm and 8 pm.

Whitney Museum of American Art

99 Gansevoort Street, New York City.

Moved by the MotionSudden Rise, photographs by Paula Court/EMPAC. Images courtesy of Moved by the Motion and the photographer.

JUDSON DANCE THEATER SYMPOSIUM

In one of the last programs in the Judson exhibition, the symposium JUDSON DANCE THEATER—A COLLECTIVE SPECULATION brings together artists, scholars, and critics for presentations, discussions, and sound improvisations.

Organized by MOMA, participants include Malik GainesAndré LepeckiFred Moten; K.J. Holmes and Ramsey AmeenMarina Rosenfeld with Eli Keszler and Greg FoxClare CroftBarbara ClausenGus Solomons Jr.; and Philip Corner with Daniel Goode, David Demnitz, Leyna Marika PapachPhoebe Neville, and Iris Brooks.

JUDSON DANCE THEATER—A COLLECTIVE SPECULATION

Sunday, January 27, from 2 pm to 6 pm.

MOMA P.S.1

22–25 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, Queens.

From top: Harold Edgerton, Gus Solomons, Dancer, 1960; Philip Corner and Phoebe Neville, photograph by Dawid LaskowskiSteve Paxton and Trisha Brown at Bennington College, 1980, photograph by Tylere Resch.