Peter Lamborn Wilson, also known as Hakim Bey, is a subcultural monumentauthoring countless books, tracts, and slogans that weave political resistance with poetry.
On the occasion of her solo exhibition at the Rachel Uffner Gallery (through June 22) Sam Moyer invited Alex Bacon to her Bushwick studio to discuss the conceptual and formal evolution of her work to date.
Frank OHara invented a form of poetry about the instant communication of overwhelming experience. He captures lifes excruciating immediacies so directly that they flow and flood into his reader, like an interpersonal nervous system.
On the occasion of the painters recent exhibit of six new paintings at Sonnabend Gallery (May 3 July 25, 2014), Robert Feintuch paid a visit to the Rail HQ to talk about his life and work with publisher Phong Bui.
Amy Balkins A Peoples Archive of Sinking and Melting is an ongoing project in which Balkin invites people living in places that may disappear because of climate change to contribute items from those places. Combined, they suggest the physical, political, and economic implications of climate change. The archive is available online at www.sinkingandmelting.tumblr.com; it is or has been exhibited at the Prelinger Library, San Francisco; Ballroom Marfa, Texas; the Museum für Neue Kunst Freiburg, Germany; and the Rauschenberg Foundation Project Space, New York.
Miguel Gutierrez is a singular force in the performance world, blending dance, drag, poetry, comedy, and song into what he prefers to call shows.
A small exhibition of Ostrowskis work in New York just closed at OKO. A solo show of his work, Emotional Paintings, can currently be seen at Peres Projects, Berlin through June 21.