SEPT 2022 | Books
Someone spoke of Stephanie LaCavas voice in her new novel I Fear My Pain Interests You as
hard, clipped, and cool. Its the liquid flush of the voice undulating beneath the veneer of the books punky mask that drew me in.
By Kathy Noble
OCT 2021 | Critics Page
Kevin Beasleys The Sound of Morning combines every aspect of his work to datesculpture, sound, performance, and site specificityin one totality. Staged at the crossroads of two Manhattan streets on the Lower East Side, Beasley plays the sounds of movement, object, and siteinserting sculptures made using everyday and industrial materials and objects, and performersby using contact mics to magnify the faint noises that usually disappear into the white noise of Manhattan, creating a sonic sculpture.