Taking Faux Pas: Selected Writings and Drawings of Amy Sillman and Johnson’s The Law of Large Numbers: Black Sonic Abyss, or I do not walk a line that is thin, straight, or secure as its starting points, this conversation will deal with both artists’ writing practices and the central question of form in rethinking art history and aesthetic categories.*
See link below for full schedule of events.
Printed Matter Virtual Art Book Fair
Saturday, February 27.
11 am on the West Coast, 2 pm East Coast.
From top: Amy Sillman, photograph by Annette Hornischer, courtesy of the photographer and Sillman; Amy Sillman, Faux Pas: Selected Writings and Drawings (2020), cover image courtesy and © After 8 Books; Rindon Johnson, The Law of Large Numbers: Black Sonic Abyss, or I do not walk a line that is thin, straight, or secure (2021), cover image courtesy and © Inpatient Press; Rindon Johnson, Working Still #1 (Alright, alright), 2020, color C print, image © Rindon Johnson, courtesy of the artist.