Conversation: Jackson Mac Low

Join artist Tyler Coburn and art historian Katie Anania, postdoctoral fellow at the Morgan Library and Museum, for a conversation about the theory and practice of chance- and machine-generated texts. Through a combination of reading aloud and intimate discussion, Coburn and Anania will explore what it means to be a reader in the digital age.

Image: Photograph of Jackson Mac Low with his work installed in the exhibition Sound, Institute for Art and Urban Resources, Inc., (now MoMA PS1), New York, September 30–November 18, 1979. Courtesy of Anne Tardos.











When: Thu., February 23, 2017 at 6:30 pm
Where: The Drawing Center
35 Wooster St. (Grand-Broome Sts.)
212-219-2166
Price: Free
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Join artist Tyler Coburn and art historian Katie Anania, postdoctoral fellow at the Morgan Library and Museum, for a conversation about the theory and practice of chance- and machine-generated texts. Through a combination of reading aloud and intimate discussion, Coburn and Anania will explore what it means to be a reader in the digital age.

Image: Photograph of Jackson Mac Low with his work installed in the exhibition Sound, Institute for Art and Urban Resources, Inc., (now MoMA PS1), New York, September 30–November 18, 1979. Courtesy of Anne Tardos.

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