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Helen Mirra

Sky-wreck
May 06 – June 24, 2001

 

Thursday, June 21, 2001, 6:00 pm

Reading

Ben Marcus

Location: Cobb Hall Room 307 (directly below the gallery)
Admission: free
 

Marcus' debut novel The Age of Wire and String (Knopf, 1995) is considered one of the truly remarkable works of experimental fiction of the last decade. He is currently the fiction editor for Fence and his writings have appeared in numerous literary reviews and journals, most recently McSweeny's and Frieze.

Marcus will be reading from A Horizon Grammar, a work written in response to Sky-wreck, commissioned by the Renaissance Society for publication in the catalogue accompanying Mirra's exhibition.

 

Reading

Ben Marcus, June 21, 2001

 

   
   
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