Corrine Fitzpatrick

PublisherCamden Arts Centre2019
I met Barbara Hammer and Every Ocean Hughes (who then went by Emily) on the same night in 2011. From my journal, dated May 8th of that year: . . . last night went to the Kitchen for Emily Roysdon’s A Gay Bar Called Everywhere. A collective theater experiment with a large cast of friends and acquaintances. Was very piqued and moved—various representations of clichés and pathos and themes of ‘our community’. Barbara Hammer homage to Claude Cahun. Vanessa Anspaugh and Aretha Aoki’s duet re: passive-aggressive friend-love, many more vignettes. Met Emily at Julius after and shared a cab home—new friend? ...
Part 1: Christine Sun Kim (green) (with introductions by Maia Murphy and Gordon Hall) Part 2: Eugenie Tsai and Tom Finkelpearl (indigo) Part 3: Jesse Prinz (orange) Part 4: Corrine Fitzpatrick (blue) (with introductions by Maia Murphy and Gordon Hall) 1 2 Part 5: Stephen Lichty (violet) Part 6: R. Lyon (red) Part 7: Marc Handelman (yellow) Most photos courtesy of Eugene Gladun, video courtesy of Virginia Shou and Tara Themis Brown. R. Lyon video courtesy of R. Lyon. Press Release Download Poster (11″ x 17″, 300 dpi) Introductory reading “The Intertwining–The Chiasm” by Maurice Merleau-Ponty (.pdf)
PublisherCapricious2015
Although it looks like it, == is not the catalogue of an exhibition. It is exactly the opposite, it is an independent project, conceived ahead of an exhibition. In fact, Matt Keegan has devised an exhibition from the publication, rather than the traditional reverse. Even more, an unlimited number of venues may be produced. Emphasizing the wall as a page, each one provides a temporary container for ==’s various parts, allowing Matt Keegan to act as the protagonist for the fictive curatorial project.
PublisherEqual Equal2015
A publication is a time capsule & transmitter from here to there, from you to me. Working from this basic statement: how has your work changed since your 2012 or 2015 contribution to ==? This question and timeline could be rephrased as: How has your life & work changed in the wake of Brexit, Trump’s presidency, and the move to the right in Europe. (The majority of contributors are based in the US and this prompt is not intended to romanticize Obama’s presidency or deny repressive administrations that have come before). It is not necessary to root your response in the 1st person, ...

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