Chris Kraus – Intimacy Unguarded

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Intimacy Unguarded

presents a reading by

Chris Kraus

followed by Q and A with Emma Talbot

on Tuesday 20 January at 6-7:30pm, E002

 

Chris Kraus is a US writer (Aliens and Anorexia, Summer of Hate, I Love Dick, Where Art Belongs) and editor of the Native Agents series for Semiotext(e). She was described by the New York Observer as: ‘the art world’s favourite fiction writer’. Her work interweaves life experiences within a framework of critical thinking, referencing artists and artwork, critical theory and philosophy.

 

The event is free, but booking is essential: Please email Nina Trivedi (nina.trivedi@network.rca.ac.uk)

Organised by Joanne Morra and Emma Talbot from the School of Art at Central Saint Martins, this 3-year research project is in collaboration with Journal of Visual Culture, IAVC (International Association of Visual Culture) and POWAP (Practices of Writing and Publishing Research Group). This project is supported by CSM Research Funding, Art Programme Funding, and RAW (Research at Work, CSM).

For more information on Intimacy Unguarded, please visit the website: http://www.arts.ac.uk/research/research-projects/current-projects/intimacy-unguarded/

 

 

 

         

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