Artists Space

POSTPONED – Segue Reading Series:
Chang Yuchen & Nicole Wallace

Reading
December 18, 2021, 5pm

This reading is presented as part of the Segue Reading Series.

Black text overlays a mauve background. The top left corner reads: "Chang Yuchen & Nicole Wallace." The center right reads: "Segue Reading Series & ARTISTS SPACE." The bottom left reads: "Saturday December 18 - 5pm, 11 Cortland Alley + Zoom". The image of a 5 dollar bill is placed within the text.
Flyer for Segue Reading Series featuring Chang Yuchen and Nicole Wallace. Saturday, December 18, 2021, Artists Space. [Black text overlays a mauve background. The top left corner reads: "Chang Yuchen & Nicole Wallace." The center right reads: "Segue Reading Series & ARTISTS SPACE." The bottom left reads: "Saturday December 18 - 5pm, 11 Cortland Alley + Zoom". The image of a 5 dollar bill is placed within the text.]

Nicole Wallace is the author of the chapbook, WAASAMOWIN (IMP, 2019). Nicole was the June/July 2020 poetry micro-resident at Running Dog and a 2019 Poets House Emerging Poets Fellow. They are a member of the Indigenous Kinship Collective and Managing Director of The Poetry Project. Recent work can be read in Survivance: Indigenous Poesis Vol. IV Zine and online at Running Dog, A Perfect Vacuum, and LitHub. Originally from Gakaabikaang, Minnesota, Nicole is of mixed settler/European ancestry and is a descendent of the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa (Ojibwe). They currently live and make work on unceded, occupied Canarsee and Lenape territory (Brooklyn, NY).

Chang Yuchen is an artist based in New York. She works in an interdisciplinary manner—writing as weaving, drawing as translation, teaching as hospitality and commerce as everyday revolution (see Use Value). By constantly entering and exiting each medium, she strolls against the category of things, the labor division among people. Yuchen was an artist in residence at NARS x Governors Island, MASS MoCA, Offshore, MAD Museum and more. She has shown/performed her works at UCCA Dune, Taikwun Contemporary, Abrons Art Center, Para Site, Salt Projects, Assembly Room and etc. She teaches through Center for Book Arts, Printed Matter, Asia Art Archive in America and more.