Artist-writer Hannah Black is coming to Oberlin, Ohio’s Storage for a presentation of her new work in the form of a reading called Alphabet on April 28.
Black is joining the event series once known as Don’t Unplug Me and now transitionally as No Disclaimer, which focuses on the work of young and emerging female identifying and trans artists. Having worked as a writer for some time, and joining The New Inquiry as contributing editor, Black will be showcasing her work orally, with a reading.
The artist’s previous work, both visual and written — including essays like ‘You Are Too Much’ and ‘K in Love’ — draws on the autobiographical as much as it does the theoretical, blending pop with philosophy and drawing on communism, feminism, and black radical thought.
See the FB event page for details. **
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