(UN)FIXED: Jay Elizondo and Lorenzo Triburgo
Featuring Jay Elizondo, Lorenzo Triburgo and Ksenia Soboleva
1 p.m. Eastern / 10 a.m. Pacific
Jay Elizondo and Lorenzo Triburgo join Rail Contributor Ksenia Soboleva for a conversation. We conclude with a poetry reading by mel elberg.
In this talk
Visit (UN)FIXED: Jay Elizondo and Lorenzo Triburgo, on view at SoMad, through August 5, 2022 →
Artist Jay Elizondo’s work seduces viewers into visceral confrontations with the queer body. Elizondo’s work has been featured in exhibitions in New York including Idol Worship at Smack Mellon, The Unspeakable at Pfizer Building, Criminalize This! at Amos Eno Gallery and in Miami including the 2018 and 2019 Satellite Art Fairs. Her curatorial projects include (UN)FIXED at SoMad and You Remember How Lonely […] at Please Don’t Come to This Show. She was a resident artist at Chautauqua Art Residency in 2020. She is a recipient of the 2020 Edward Zutrau Memorial Award. Her work’s been published in the Brooklyn Rail, Daily Lazy, Sidewalkkilla, Front Runner Magazine and Hiss Mag. Elizondo lives and works in New York.
Through performance, photography, video and audio Lorenzo Triburgo, often with their partner and collaborator Sarah Van Dyck, elevates trans*queer subjectivity and abolitionist politics. Lorenzo was awarded a 2019 Workspace Residency at Baxter St/CCNY, an AIM Fellowship at the Bronx Museum of the Arts in 2020, and are in the permanent collections of the Museum of Contemporary Photography, (Chicago, IL) and Portland Art Museum (Portland, OR). They co-curated Criminalize THIS! at Amos Eno (2019, Brooklyn, NY) and (UN)FIXED at SoMad (2022, NYC). Their writing and artworks have been featured in such publications as GLQ, Art Journal, GUP, and the Transgender Studies Reader 2 edited by Susan Stryker and Aren Aizura (Routledge).
Ksenia M. Soboleva
New York-based writer and art historian Dr. Ksenia M. Soboleva specializes in queer art and culture. She holds a PhD from the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU, with a dissertation titled “Fragments: Art, AIDS, and Lesbian Identity in the United States.” Her writings have appeared in the Brooklyn Rail, BOMB Magazine, Hyperallergic, art-agenda, and various exhibition catalogues. She has curated exhibitions at Candice Madey Gallery, La MaMa Galleria, and Assembly Room. Soboleva was the 2020-2021 Jan and Marica Vilcek Curatorial Fellow at the Guggenheim Museum. She is currently the Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Gender and LGBTQ+ History at the New York Historical Society, and Adjunct Professor of Art History at NYU.
The Rail has a tradition of ending our conversations with a poetry reading, and we’re fortunate to have mel elberg reading.
mel elberg is a genderqueer poet interested in the effect of writing on our experience of time.
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