Early Language, Quite Simply
JENNIFER BARTLETT is author of (a) lullaby without any music and co-editor of Beauty is a Verb. She is currently writing a biography of Larry Eigner. Bartlett lives in Greenpoint with the writer Jim Stewart, their son Jeffrey, and many animals.
Language Cant Solve Our ProblemsBy Hunter Blu and Krista Gay
NOV 2021 | Critics Page
Can language solve our problems as young Black people, and if so, what form(s) of language?
Georg Büchner and the Missing LanguageBy Sam Kahn
FEB 2022 | Theater
Georg Büchner was a rising star in Germanys 19th century literary scene. A prolific and thought-provoking writer, he was a counterculturalist whose life was cut short; he died at age 23. Two centuries later, writer Sam Kahn explores Büchners impact, and how he may be the missing link in the history of theater.
Howardena Pindell: A New LanguageBy Maximiliane Leuschner
NOV 2022 | ArtSeen
Currently at Kettles Yard in Cambridgeformer home to British art collectors Jim and Helen EdePindell unfolds her new approachfrom abstraction to filmic confrontationover three galleries on two floors in the annexed exhibition galleries.
Language Muddles Music: Sebastián MariaBy S. David
JUNE 2021 | Music
The thread between structure and consciousness weighs on the mind of Sebastián Maria, the Colombian-American composer, producer, and DJ based in New York City.