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Kate Silzer

Kate Silzer is a writer living in New York City. Her work has appeared online at Hyperallergic, Los Angeles Review of Books, Artsy, and Interview Magazine.

Excerpts from the 1971 Journal of Rosemary Mayer

The second edition of Excerpts from the 1971 Journal of Rosemary Mayer gives us more of the real stuff: reckoning with herself, her body, her art, her world. In her journals, she creates and performs herself, composing an unguarded self-portrait of an artist as a young woman.

Carolee Schneemann’s Parts of a Body House Book

A new facsimile edition of the performance artist’s feverish exploration of bodily autonomy, sexuality, and creativity. Schneemann passed away in 2019 during the later stages of production. Thus the book is a relic, a temporary vessel for her oeuvre, a pulsing manifestation of something ultimately uncontainable.

Mina Loy: Strangeness Is Inevitable

This book chronicles her life and work through photographs, letters, sketches, essays, and ephemera with an emphasis on Loy’s artistic pursuits. This canonical omission matters in part because Loy didn’t see her artistic and authorial efforts as separate.


The Brooklyn Rail

SEPT 2023

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