Emily Segal @ Witte de With, Feb 16

, 16 February 2016
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Emily Segal, of trend forecasting art group, K-HOLE will read excerpts from her forthcoming novel at Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art on February 16.

The evening is named The Long Troll and perhaps references that Segal is reading from a novel-in-progress, as the press release mentions, turning the book into something that seeps out publicly, slowly as it forms.

There are excerpts of the book currently on show in the Foreword exhibition by artists Calla Henkel & Max Pitegoff, whose work the Frieze article ‘Network Fatigue‘ talks about. Henkel and Pitegoff will join Segal on the evening to discuss ideas around ‘shared fictions’ and creative economies.

See the Witte de With event page for more details**

Max Pitegoff & Calla Henkel, install view, Some Gallerists (2015). Courtesy The Duck and the artists.
Max Pitegoff & Calla Henkel, install view, Some Gallerists (2015). Courtesy The Duck and the artists.

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Emily Segal, of trend forecasting art group, K-HOLE will read excerpts from her forthcoming novel at Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art on February 16.

The evening is named The Long Troll and perhaps references that Segal is reading from a novel-in-progress, as the press release mentions, turning the book into something that seeps out publicly, slowly as it forms.

There are excerpts of the book currently on show in the Foreword exhibition by artists Calla Henkel & Max Pitegoff, whose work the Frieze article ‘Network Fatigue‘ talks about. Henkel and Pitegoff will join Segal on the evening to discuss ideas around ‘shared fictions’ and creative economies.

See the Witte de With event page for more details**

Max Pitegoff & Calla Henkel, install view, Some Gallerists (2015). Courtesy The Duck and the artists.
Max Pitegoff & Calla Henkel, install view, Some Gallerists (2015). Courtesy The Duck and the artists.
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