Artists Space

Segue Reading Series:
S*an D. Henry-Smith & Joey Yearous-Algozin

Reading
March 26, 2022, 5pm

Saturday, March 26
5pm
Online
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This reading is presented as part of the Segue Reading Series.

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Flyer for Segue Reading Series featuring S*an D. Henry-Smith and Joey Yearous-Algozin. March 26, 2022, Artists Space. [Black text overlays a white background. The top left corner reads: S*an D. Henry-Smith / Joey Yearous-Algozin. The middle reads: Segue Reading Series & ARTISTS SPACE.” The bottom left reads: “Saturday, March 26, 5pm / Zoom ID: 893 9594 7519 / Suggested donation $5."]

Segue Reading Series: S*an D. Henry-Smith & Joey Yearous-Algozin. March 26, 2022, Artists Space.

S*an D. Henry-Smith is an artist and writer working primarily in poetry, photography, performance, and publishing, engaging Black experimentalisms and collaborative practices across (and against) discipline. As mouthfeel, they collaborate with Imani Elizabeth Jackson, meditating on Black food, ecology, and ephemeral practices. Henry-Smith’s debut collection of poems and photographs, Wild Peach, was published and shortlisted for the PEN Open Book Award. “in awe of geometry & mornings”, exhibited at White Columns, brought to scale photographs from the book alongside a series of readings and conversations programmed with their collaborators. They are also the director of Lunar New Year, their first film.

Joey Yearous-Algozin is a poet. His most recent book is A Feeling Called Heaven. Other books include The Lazarus Project, Utopia, and Holly Melgard’s Friends and Family (co-authored with Holly Melgard). He is a founding member of the publishing collective Troll Thread and lives in Brooklyn, NY.