Wu Tsang

Is ‘identity politics’ still relevant or necessary in art? We wanted to see how and why artists today address issues of identification and subjectivity in their work. We’ve focused specifically on emergent practices, because we think they might help us, and our audience, to understand the here-and-now of art and to speculate on its future.
I Want a President: Transcript of a Rally documents a November 6th, 2016 reading on New York’s High Line. In advance of last year’s general election, the event convened artists, writers, and poets to reflect upon political leadership and community action in relation to Zoe Leonard’s text from 1992. Contributors include: Sharon Hayes, Zoe Leonard, Fred Moten & Stefano Harney, Wu Tsang, Morgan Bassichis, Mel Elberg, Malik Gaines, Alexandro Segade, Layli Long Soldier, Pamela Sneed, Eileen Myles, Justin Vivian Bond & Nath Ann Carrera. With thanks to: Dancing Foxes Press, Joseph Logan Design, High Line Art, Friends of the Highline, The Standard, Thea ...

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