You’ve been waiting all winter and it’s finally here…BOMB 111, our spring issue! You can read teasers and hear audio excerpts (Patricia Clarkson, T.J. Wilcox, Charles Bernstein, Sam Lipsyte, Edgar Arceneaux) over on BOMBSITE, but you’ll have to check it out on newsstands for the real deal, which includes an eerily pixelated film still from Carlos Reygadas on the cover, Artist on Artist essays featuring Alex Hubbard, Joanna Malinowaska, and Sharon Harper, and First Proof with fiction from Rikki Ducornet, poetry by Kimiko Hahn, and art by Allen Frame. Click through for a preview.
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In 2007, Aronowitz and Bernstein, friends since they were teenagers, decided to explore what feminism means to the current generation of women. As daughters of well-known feminists (Ellis Willis and Susan Bee, respectively) they grew up with feminism being a household word. Aronowitz and Bernstein desired to step out of their environment into the wider collective.
Alexandre Singh’s “The Alkahest,” Omer Fast’s “Talk Show,” Shana Moulton’s “Erratic Anthropologies,” and Tan Lin’s “Chalk Playground”/”LitTwitChalk” On Monday, November 9th, I attended the first of four performances by Alexandre Singh at White Columns gallery in the West Village. When I arrived chairs were arranged in a circle in the gallery, facing an overhead projector. As the performance began the lights went off and the audience could hear a voice starting to tell a story.
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