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MFA Photo Faculty, Karina Aguilera Skvirsky, performs in conjunction with Once Upon A Time, There Was the End

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Performance

In conjunction with Once Upon a Time, There Was the End
Performances by Karina Aguilera Skvirsky and Warren Lehrer, followed by a conversation with the artists, including Sara Shaoul.

Friday, May 9
6:30 PM
Center for Book Arts
28 W 27th St 3rd Floor New York, NY

Borrowing its title from the stock opening and closing phrases of traditional oral narratives, in particular fairy tales, Once Upon a Time, There Was the End, pivots around two central themes: stories elicited by modalities of the book in the face of rapid technological transformation, and anxiety about the end of the book as echoed in apocalyptic, dystopian and speculative visions. The exhibition presents the work of eleven artists who employ conceptual strategies and material forms that consider the dematerialization of the book; the interplay between physical and digital; and irreducible form(s) in books, works on paper, photography, video, sculpture, performance and Web-based projects.

For more information about the exhibition click here.

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