Artists Space

Segue Reading Series:
Dia Felix & Jeremy Hoevenaar

Reading
May 16, 2020, 5pm

Saturday, May 16
5pm
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This reading is presented as part of the Segue Reading Series.

Flyer featuring three computer-generated shapes: a sphere, a curved plane, and a flat plane. Each of the shapes is black, covered in a white grid pattern, and features a warped image of a red triangle. The shapes sit on a blue and yellow gradient background. Red sans-serif text positioned at the top and bottom of the image reads, “artists space & / the segue series / present a / reading by / Dia Felix / and / Jeremy / Hoevenaar / saturday, may 16 / 5pm nyc time / zoom id: / 378 232 567 / be there or be non-euclidean.”
[Flyer featuring three computer-generated shapes: a sphere, a curved plane, and a flat plane. Each of the shapes is black, covered in a white grid pattern, and features a warped image of a red triangle. The shapes sit on a blue and yellow gradient background. Red sans-serif text positioned at the top and bottom of the image reads, “artists space & / the segue series / present a / reading by / Dia Felix / and / Jeremy / Hoevenaar / saturday, may 16 / 5pm nyc time / zoom id: / 378 232 567 / be there or be non-euclidean.”]

Dia Felix wrote the Lambda-nominated experimental novel Nochita (2014, City Lights/Sister Spit) and the poetry chapbook YOU YOU YOU (2017, Projective Industries), and programmed the experimental reading series GUTS. She's published recently with Asterix, The Poetry Project Newsletter, Your Impossible Voice, and The Columbia Journal.

Jeremy Hoevenaar’s books are Cold Mountain Mirror Displacement (American Books), Our Insolvency (Resolving Host), and Insolvency, Insolvency! (Ugly Duckling). His writing has appeared or is forthcoming in the Recluse, the Brooklyn Rail, 6x6, Prelude, the Believer, and elsewhere. He's currently writing about debt, thresholds, OCD, and John Carpenter's The Thing.

Program support for Artists Space is provided by The Friends of Artists Space, Lambent Foundation Fund of Tides Foundation, May and Samuel Rudin Foundation, Atelier4, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.