A reading and book signing in celebration of School of Nite (Spuyten Duyvil Press), a book of poems by Peter Lamborn Wilson with images by Nancy Goldring. Michael Taussig, writer and anthropologist, will read selections from the book.
Michael Taussig is the author of many books, including The Corn Wolf, Beauty and the Beast, What Color Is the Sacred? Walter Benjamin’s Grave, and My Cocaine Museum. He teaches anthropology at Columbia University.
Nancy Goldring has been exhibiting her drawings with foto-projections for 40 years. Her previous publications include Distillations, Palma Palimpsest: The Photographs of Nancy Goldring (Mazzotta), for the city of Palma, with essays by David Levi Strauss and Paolo Barbaro, andVanishing Points (Galleria Martini Ronchetti, Genoa) with an essay by Michael Taussig.
Peter Lamborn Wilson is the author of over 50 books, including T.A.Z., Immediatism, Sacred Drift: Essays on the Margins of Islam, Pirate Utopias, Escape from the Nineteenth Century, and Green Hermeticism. Recent books of poetry include Ec(o)logues, Gothick Institutions, and riverpeople.
Quijote Talks take place in our library on 21st Street, between 6th and 7th Avenues in Chelsea, usually on Thursdays at 6:30 pm. Named after our favorite after-lecture hangout, El Quijote in the Chelsea Hotel, and inspired by the knight errant himself, this new series consists of pointed talks and discussions about relevant pasts and possible futures. Browse our full lecture archive here: artwriting.sva.edu/lecture-series