In conjunction with Marginalia: Open Sessions 10, please join us for a program featuring Morgan Bassichis; E. Tammy Kim; and Sheryl Oppenheim and Janelle Poe.
Morgan Bassichis will lead a short, moving workshop that will equip audience members with multiple skills that are, frankly, very important. E. Tammy Kim will discuss the language and politics of "borders," in connection with the art on display. Janelle Poe will read selections from “Black & White Studies” and, alongside artist Sheryl Oppenheim, discuss permeating artistic, sociopolitical, ideological and physical boundaries in their work and beyond.
Morgan Bassichis lives in New York and performs live comedic stories that explore history, mysticism, and just like, being alive. Morgan's work has been featured at MoMA PS1 as part of the 2015 Greater New York exhibition, as well as at Artists Space, Dixon Place, the New Museum, PARTICIPANT INC, Poetry Project, and the Whitney Museum.
E. Tammy Kim is a writer and The New Yorker editorial staffer.
Co-workers and collaborators Janelle Poe & Sheryl Oppenheim joined forces to create a zine to raise funds for Black Lives Matter, released on Small Editions Winter 2016. Janelle Poe is a multidisciplinary artist, DJ and CCNY MFA Candidate. Sheryl Oppenheim is a painter and marbler with art books in collections including The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Walker Art Center.
Image: Daniel Bejar, Still from Re-districting (NY Senate District 20), 2017. Site-specific GPS drawing, archival pigment print, single-channel HD video, rocks from NY State Senate District 20, and postcard60 x 85 inches; single-channel HD video.