On Thursday, March 24 at 6:30pm (EDT), the Guggenheim Museum presents The Red Sheaves: An Evening with Jennie C. Jones, Fred Moten, Brandon Lopez, and Cecilia Lopez.
Join artist Jennie C. Jones and poet Fred Moten for a special evening of dialogue, prose, and music. Following a short conversation with the artist, Moten will provide a reading of “The Red Sheaves,” an experimental poetic text written in response to Jones’s work, performed alongside new songs created in collaboration with musicians Brandon Lopez and Cecilia Lopez.
This program, presented in conjunction with Jennie C. Jones: Dynamics, features a newly revised version of “The Red Sheaves” and interweaves the visual and sonic arts. “The Red Sheaves” was first published in Constant Structure, an artist book produced in collaboration between Jones and Moten on the occasion of the exhibition Jennie C. Jones: Constant Structure at the Arts Club of Chicago in 2020.
This event will take place in the Peter B. Lewis Theater on the lower level of the museum.
To learn more and get tickets, visit guggenheim.org.
Part of the Elaine Terner Cooper Education Fund Conversations with Contemporary Artists series.
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