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Friday, January 26, 2018

A Wendy's Subway Wrap-Up



Our stages may be dark, but there's still plenty going on here in Fort Greene. The Wendy's Subway Reading Room, for instance, remains on display through this coming Sunday, January 28 and is FREE and open to the public all weekend from 12—5pm. The space, located in the BAM Fisher Lower Lobby at 321 Ashland Place, features literature selected by international, independent, and artist-run libraries, as well as a collection of books selected by last season's Next Wave Festival performers and visual artists. Below, we highlight some of our favorite pieces from the visual and performing artist-curated reading lists. For highlights from donating libraries, be sure to peruse the #WSxBAM hashtag on Instagram.

VISUAL ARTISTS

Corey Escoto: 

Andy Meerow:

Hayal Pozanti:

Hayal Pozanti's 55 (Hundreds of people with magnetic implants, worldwide), 2016.
Courtesy of the artist and Jessica Silverman Gallery.

Sara Greenberger Rafferty:

Kim Schoen:
  • Tender Buttons by Gertrude Stein, ed. Seth Perlow
    San Francisco: City Lights (first published in 1914)
  • MATERIAL, issues 1-4, eds. Ginny Cook and Kim Schoen
    Los Angeles: MATERIAL Press, 2007-2012

Siebren Versteeg:

Olivier Py Sings Les Premiers Adieux de Miss Knife. Photo: Rebecca Greenfield 

PERFORMING ARTISTS

Olivier Py:
  • Miracle of the Rose by Jean Genet, trans. Bernard Frechtman
    New York: Grove Press, 1966 (first published in French in 1946 )

Maira Kalman:
  • Vertigo by W.G., Sebald, trans. Michael Hulse
    New York: New Directions, 2016 (first published in German in 1990)

John Heginbotham:


Germaine Acogny:

Manual Cinema:

Cynthia Oliver:

Xavier Cha:

Xavier Cha's Buffer. Photo: Rebecca Smeyne

Bruce Guthrie and Scott Graham:

Thaddeus Phillips:

Rachel Dickstein:

Zvi Sahar and Leslie Strongwater:

  • The Nimrod Flipout, by Etgar Keret, trans. Miriam Shlesinger and Sondra Silverston
    New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2006 (first published in Hebrew in 2002)

Suzanne Bocanegra:

The Wendy's Subway Reading Room is open every day from noon—5pm through this Sun, Jan 28. For more information on Wendy's Subway, visit their website at http://wendyssubway.com/

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