Artists Space

Segue Reading Series:
Darcie Dennigan & Steven Seidenberg

Reading
May 2, 2020, 5pm

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

Flyer featuring densely collaged images of food in metal trays, renaissance-era images of saints and angels, Cookie Monster and other puppets, electric keyboards and vintage video game consoles, images of people holding vegetables and plates of food, and tree-filled landscapes. Below the collage, white sans-serif text is superimposed over an image of stars in space. The text reads: “artists space & the segue reading series invite you to a virtual reading by / Steven Seinberg / and / Darcie Dennigan / saturday, may 2nd, 5pm nyc time, zoom id: 378 232 567 / it will be robust.
[Flyer featuring densely collaged images of food in metal trays, renaissance-era images of saints and angels, Cookie Monster and other puppets, electric keyboards and vintage video game consoles, images of people holding vegetables and plates of food, and tree-filled landscapes. Below the collage, white sans-serif text is superimposed over an image of stars in space. The text reads: “artists space & the segue reading series invite you to a virtual reading by / Steven Seinberg / and / Darcie Dennigan / saturday, may 2nd, 5pm nyc time, zoom id: 378 232 567 / it will be robust.]

Darcie Dennigan is a poet and playwright alive in Providence, RI and exploring otherworldliness and female absurdists. Her books include Slater Orchard (FC2), The Parking Lot and other feral scenarios (Forklift), and Madame X (Canarium).

Steven Seidenberg is the author of plain sight (Roof Books, 2020), Situ (Black Sun Lit, 2018), Null Set (Spooky Actions Books, 2015), and Itch (RAW ArT Press, 2014). His collections of photographs include Pipevalve: Berlin (Lodima Press 2017), and Imaging Failure: Abandoned Lives of the Italian South (Contrasto 2020).

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.