Artists Space

Segue Reading Series: Alexandra Auder & Stephanie LaCava

Reading
February 24, 2024, 5pm

Saturday, February 24
5pm

11 Cortlandt Alley & Online
Broadcasting here

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

White text overlays a painting of a cityscape at night, which is predominantly black. The text reads: “Feb 24 / Alexandra Auder / Stephanie LaCava" Smaller text in the bottom left corner reads: “5pm / 11 Cortlandt Alley + Zoom / Zoom ID: 893 9594 7519 / $5 (all proceeds go to readers)
[White text overlays a painting of a cityscape at night, which is predominantly black. The text reads: “Feb 24 / Alexandra Auder / Stephanie LaCava" Smaller text in the bottom left corner reads: “5pm / 11 Cortlandt Alley + Zoom / Zoom ID: 893 9594 7519 / $5 (all proceeds go to readers)]

Alexandra Auder, writer and actor, wrote the memoir, Don't Call Me Home, on growing up at the Chelsea Hotel with her mother Viva. She has been a featured character in HBO’s High Maintenance and has acted in the films of Wim Wenders and Jodie Foster, among others. She resides in Philadelphia with her two children & husband, filmmaker Nick Nehez, with whom she co-produces and collaborates.


Stephanie La Cava has published two novels, The Superrationals and I Fear My Pain Interests You. She is currently working on Tenso: A Dialogue on Love, based on a series of collaborative performances with writer Anahid Nersessian. Her writing has appeared in Texte zur Kunst, Harper’s, the New York Review of Books and Interview. She currently resides in New York City.

Artists Space Venue is generously supported by Lonti Ebers, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Allan Schwartzman, David Zwirner, and an anonymous contributor.