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Triple Canopy Read Two Ears and One Mouth, our latest issue, which is devoted to the entanglement of speaking and listening. Now online: http://canopycanopycanopy.com/issues#26

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“I’m just going to hear them, and ensure that this is a space for them to hear each other—and themselves as well.” —Deri...
05/06/2021
Triple Canopy – Episode 3: The Big Society by Derica Shields with Nikita Gale & Alexander Provan

“I’m just going to hear them, and ensure that this is a space for them to hear each other—and themselves as well.” —Derica Shields

The writer Derica Shields joins Alexander Provan and Nikita Gale for the third episode of Medium Rotation. She talks about her oral history of Black experiences of the welfare state, “A Heavy Nonpresence,” and about the value of listening to Black peoples’ accounts and analyses of their own lives. “A Heavy Nonpresence,” recently published by Triple Canopy, shows how, in the UK, liberal nostalgia for the welfare state is premised not on actually listening to those who receive benefits. Instead, politicians and journalists make romantic appeals to a time before austerity: a maneuver that enables welfare recipients to be shamed for accessing services to which they’re entitled. Shields suggests that oral history can mitigate shame, facilitate survival, and challenge the age-old distinction between the deserving and undeserving poor (which hinges on ignoring the history of colonialism).

Now available wherever you get your podcasts.

https://www.canopycanopycanopy.com/contents/episode-3-the-big-society

“We are here, and the same rights accrue to us.” On listening to Black peoples’ accounts and analyses of their own lives.

"Why are there still so many things that we can't really talk about within the Black experience, especially the Black pe...
04/29/2021
Triple Canopy – Episode 2: Holy Ghosts by Harmony Holiday with Nikita Gale & Alexander Provan

"Why are there still so many things that we can't really talk about within the Black experience, especially the Black performed experience? Because, on some level, slavery was performance. That's all it could be. There's so much that you don't know—that you'll never know—about Black slaves, because they were smiling and dancing to not get killed." — Harmony Holiday

In the second episode of our new podcast, Medium Rotation, the writer, archivist, and dancer Harmony Holiday joins hosts Alexander Provan and Nikita Gale. They speak about the pressure on Black performers to cater to white audiences, as well as the impulse to seek a form of expression (and of being) that is actually chosen by Black people, not imposed on them. And they listen to songs written and recorded by Holiday’s father, Jimmy Holiday, as well as to Albert Ayler, Thelonious Monk, Billie Holiday, Amiri Baraka, and Kanye West.

Listen wherever you get your podcasts.

https://www.canopycanopycanopy.com/issues/26/contents/episode-2-holy-ghosts

“They were smiling and dancing to not get killed.” On the songs and silences of Black performers.

Last week, we launched Medium Rotation, our new podcast. The first season, Omniaudience, also marks the conclusion of Tr...
04/28/2021
Triple Canopy – Two Ears and One Mouth

Last week, we launched Medium Rotation, our new podcast. The first season, Omniaudience, also marks the conclusion of Triple Canopy’s twenty-sixth issue, Two Ears and One Mouth. The issue considers the entanglement of speaking and listening, the right to expression and the right to be heard.

Two Ears and One Mouth includes work by Lawrence Abu Hamdan; Morgan Bassichis & Ethan Philbrick; Mei-mei Berssenbrugge; Gregg Bordowitz with Jasmine Nyende, Vivien Goldman, Joy Ladin, Kendall Thomas, Morgan Bassichis, and The Illustrious Pearl; DeForrest Brown, Jr.; Nikita Gale; Rainald Goetz; Harmony Holiday; Steffani Jemison & Garrett Gray; Paige K. B.; Bo-Won Keum; Benjamin Krusling; Christopher Kulendran Thomas; Hari Kunzru; Tomeka Reid; Derica Shields; Tiffany Sia; Jonathan Sterne & Mara Mills; Astra Taylor & Laura Hanna; Julio Torres; Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste; Tashi Wada; and Julia Weist & Nestor Siré.

https://www.canopycanopycanopy.com/issues/26

An issue that asks how we speak and listen to each other in isolation and crowds, as avatars and flesh, through interfaces and improvisations.

Medium Rotation is a new podcast from Triple Canopy—and an effort to share the probing, enriching, and gratifying conver...
04/23/2021
Triple Canopy – Medium Rotation, Season 1: Omniaudience by Alexander Provan & Nikita Gale with Harmony Holiday, Derica Shields, Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste & Tashi Wada

Medium Rotation is a new podcast from Triple Canopy—and an effort to share the probing, enriching, and gratifying conversations that we have with contributors. The first season, Omniaudience, is hosted by Nikita Gale, an artist and longtime collaborator, and Alexander Provan, Triple Canopy’s editor. In conversations, compositions, oral histories, and monologues, Omniaudience examines how we listen, how we make ourselves heard, and how we become an audience.

Omniaudience is animated by the concerns of Triple Canopy’s twenty-sixth issue, which is devoted to the entanglement of speaking and listening. In the six episodes, Gale and Provan speak to Harmony Holiday, Derica Shields, Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste, and Tashi Wada about how musical genres reinforce segregation; freedom is conflated with speech; performers are silenced or raised from the dead (and turned into intellectual property); and the demand to be heard manifests in song and protest, supercharged subwoofers and property violence.

Episode one is now available. Gale and Provan introduce Medium Rotation by speaking about the revelation of arena concerts, the performance of listening by CEOs and self-help gurus, and how the demand to be heard manifests in protest and property violence.

https://www.canopycanopycanopy.com/issues/26/contents/medium-rotation-season-1-omniaudience

A podcast about how we listen, how we make ourselves heard, and how we become an audience.

04/01/2021

Join us tonight at 7:00 p.m. EDT for And Besides, It's True, an event devoted disinformation and rumor organized in collaboration with Spectacle. Tune in at stream.spectacletheater.com

The evening will begin with a screening of Nathalie Magnan’s 1996 short film ‘Il n’y a pas de fumée sans feu, et en plus c’est vrai!’ (There’s No Smoke without Fire, and Besides, It’s True!), followed by presentations on disinformation and rumor by the artists Paige K. B. and Tiffany Sia. The evening will conclude with a conversation between the artists and Triple Canopy senior editor Matthew Shen Goodman and Spectacle volunteer Steve Macfarlane.

Trailer by Steve Macfarlane. Digital poster by Benjamin Tuttle and Alex Broadwell.

03/25/2021

Youth Against Displacement and the 318 Restaurant Worker Union's rally to reopen Jing Fong is happening now.

"therapist: now that you’re a man, what do you do with that boy stuffchief keef:      cremate it"Read “i have too much t...
03/09/2021
Triple Canopy – i have too much to hide by Benjamin Krusling

"therapist: now that you’re a man, what do you do with that boy stuff
chief keef: cremate it"

Read “i have too much to hide,” a new series of poems by Benjamin Krusling that explores how anxious, polluted content streams shape how we experience ourselves and associate with others.

A collection of poems exploring the seductive horror of recognizing oneself in the algorithms that surveil and soundtrack everyday life.

“I wanted to encourage people to name rather than minimize the harm done to them by the welfare state—and not to appeal ...
02/26/2021
Triple Canopy – A Heavy Nonpresence by Derica Shields

“I wanted to encourage people to name rather than minimize the harm done to them by the welfare state—and not to appeal to the state for recognition or redress. Rather than make Black suffering legible to a powerful audience (as if greater awareness has, historically, abated this suffering), I wanted to ask them to acknowledge the harm, for the sake of our sanity and to expand what can be named as harmful.” — Derica Shields

https://www.canopycanopycanopy.com/issues/26/contents/a-heavy-nonpresence

An oral history of Black experiences of the British welfare state. Seven Londoners speak about shame, gaslighting, and survival strategies.

“The designer’s intent manifests in the balancing of program and expression, system and sense; it is in the detailed wor...
02/05/2021
Triple Canopy – On the Letterform of the Age by Bo-Won Keum

“The designer’s intent manifests in the balancing of program and expression, system and sense; it is in the detailed work of forming and adjusting letters in accordance with the characteristics and practices of readers.”

Read Bo-Won Keum on individuality versus technocracy in design. Keum, Triple Canopy’s associate designer, focuses on the Bauhaus master Joost Schmidt, whose work “prefigured current discussions about the form and function of design in the digital age” and inspired our current issue’s visual identity.

https://bit.ly/2NYCcPG

Who sets the standards for communication, and why? An essay on balancing program and expression, system and sense.

01/20/2021

In 2021, we’re picking up where we left off. We spent much of last year preparing and publishing Two Ears and One Mouth, an issue on the relationship between speaking and listening. In the coming weeks, we’ll conclude the issue with new work by Benjamin Krusling and Derica Shields. We’ll also launch a new podcast devoted to the politics and potential of listening, hosted by Triple Canopy editor Alexander Provan and Los Angeles-based artist Nikita Gale, and featuring contributions from Shields, Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste, Harmony Holiday, and Tashi Wada.

In the spring, we’ll launch our twenty-seventh issue, Unknown States, which will consider nationalism: the ways in which people are persuaded to consider themselves as subjects of a nation-state and, too often, as opposed to those who are not. The pandemic has reinforced both the power and arbitrariness of defining people through nationality, and the events of the past couple weeks demonstrate the importance not only of comprehending the phenomenon—especially as manifest in racial nationalism—but of determining how else we might define ourselves (and to what ends). Unknown States will do so via essays, fictions, and artworks by Ilana Harris-Babou, Karthik Pandian and Andros Zins-Browne, M. NourbeSe Philip, Elizabeth Schambelan, and Slavs and Tatars, among other contributors

12/05/2020

Answers with Questions Episode 3: The Comedian—featuring Gregg Bordowitz, Morgan Bassichis, and The Illustrious Pearl—is now streaming. awithq.live/episode3

Music: “We won't calm down” by Morgan Bassichis, from More Protest Songs! Morgan Bassichis Live at St. Mark's Church (2018).

12/02/2020

Tonight at 8:00 p.m. EST, on the final episode of Answers with Questions, Gregg Bordowitz, Morgan Bassichis, and The Illustrious Pearl address canine incontinence, the erotic field of living one’s worst nightmare, the limits of friendship, and the social uses of humor.

The episode features appearances by several people seeking advice from Bordowitz and his guests, including the theorist and educator Lauren Berlant; the artist and scholar Vaginal Davis; the scholar and performer Malik Gaines; the cultural theorist Sianne Ngai; the artists Jason Simon and Moyra Davey; and the artist Buzz Slutzky.

Tune in at awithq.live/episode3

11/29/2020

Answers with Questions Episode 2: The Rabbi—featuring Gregg Bordowitz, Joy Ladin, and Kendall Thomas—is now streaming. awithq.live/episode2

Music: “My Father’s Nigun” by Isle of Klezbos, from Greetings from the Isle of Klezbos (2003).

11/25/2020

On tonight’s episode of Answers with Questions, Gregg Bordowitz is joined by Joy Ladin , a poet, scholar, and leading thinker on Judaism and transgender identity, to discuss the liturgy on gossip, the relationship between divine intervention and human action, and the importance of asking questions that beg more questions. Kendall Thomas, a vocalist and legal scholar, performs a song from My Q***r Jazz Songbook, an ongoing series of performances at Joe’s Pub in New York City.

The episode features questions from readers as well as appearances by the filmmaker and activist Jean Carlomusto, Rabbi Miriam Grossman of Kolot Chayeinu, and the theorist Fred Moten, all of whom seek counsel from Bordowitz and his guests.

Tune in tonight at 8:00 p.m. EST: awithq.live/episode2

11/18/2020

Tune in tonight at 8:00 p.m. EST for the premiere of Answers with Questions, an advice show hosted by Gregg Bordowitz. On tonight’s episode, Bordowitz will be joined by Jasmine Nyende and Vivien Goldman to address questions about music, political grief, navigating awkward encounters, and enlivening the collective struggle for radical change. Tonight’s episode features cameos—in the form of solicitations of advice—by the poets Hanif Abdurraqib, Ari Banias, and Pamela Sneed.

Stream the episode at awithq.live/episode1

11/13/2020

What advice are you seeking? For Answers with Questions, an advice show, Gregg Bordowitz & friends will address your questions, whether about quelling inner turmoil or navigating societal collapse. Call 201-467-8592 or email [email protected] to submit, and tune in to the premiere on November 18 at 8:00 p.m. EST. https://bit.ly/3mzRUNm

11/06/2020

A special request from Gregg Bordowitz.

Answers with Questions is an advice show hosted by Gregg Bordowitz with Jasmine Nyende, Joy Ladin, and Morgan Bassichis, plus musical guests Vivien Goldman, Kendall Thomas, and The Illustrious Pearl.

Submit questions—about matters existential and mundane, about patience and revolt—by calling 201-467-8592 or emailing [email protected]. Tune in to the premiere of episode 1, with Nyende and Goldman, on November 18 at 8pm EST. https://bit.ly/3mzRUNm

“In Cuba, unlike in nearly every other country, digital media circulates through in-person transfers more often than thr...
10/30/2020
Triple Canopy – Proyecto DATA by Julia Weist & Nestor Siré

“In Cuba, unlike in nearly every other country, digital media circulates through in-person transfers more often than through networked technologies. For roughly a decade, a majority of Cubans have accessed movies, TV shows, music, publications, and advertisements through El Paquete Semanal (the Weekly Package): a system for sharing hard drives full of files that are copied and distributed by hand. In a world where transnational internet behemoths leverage personal data to influence our viewing, spending, socializing, and voting, Cuba shows us an exceptional and extraordinary alternative.”

https://www.canopycanopycanopy.com/issues/26/contents/proyecto-data

A research report on El Paquete Semanal, Cuba’s offline media distribution system.

Next month, Triple Canopy is premiering Answers with Questions, a three-episode advice show hosted by Gregg Bordowitz wi...
10/29/2020
Triple Canopy – A Celebration of Gregg Bordowitz

Next month, Triple Canopy is premiering Answers with Questions, a three-episode advice show hosted by Gregg Bordowitz with Jasmine Nyende, Joy Ladin, and Morgan Bassichis, plus musical guests Vivien Goldman, Kendall Thomas, and The Illustrious Pearl.

Send Bordowitz your questions, whether existential or mundane, political or personal, ribald or somber, by emailing [email protected] or calling 201-467-8592.

Answers with Questions follows from Some Styles of Masculinity, an ongoing series of performances (originally commissioned by the New Museum in 2018) in which Bordowitz probes the personas of the rock star, rabbi, and comedian, which are fundamental to his formation as an artist and activist. The series has been included in “Gregg Bordowitz: I Wanna Be Well,” a retrospective organized in 2019 by the Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery, Reed College, and subsequently presented at The Art Institute of Chicago; the exhibition will open at MoMA PS1 in the spring of 2021.

https://bit.ly/3mzRUNm

An advice show, artworks, and a book: Triple Canopy celebrates the inimitable artist, activist, writer, and educator.

We’re thrilled to announce a suite of programs celebrating the artist, activist, writer, and educator Gregg Bordowitz. I...
10/23/2020
Triple Canopy – A Celebration of Gregg Bordowitz

We’re thrilled to announce a suite of programs celebrating the artist, activist, writer, and educator Gregg Bordowitz.

In lieu of our annual benefit, we’ve organized an array of activities with Bordowitz and in recognition of his extraordinary work. In November, join us for Answers with Questions, a three-episode advice show, hosted by Bordowitz and a cast of interlocutors including Morgan Bassichis, Joy Ladin, and Jasmine Nyende, that invites questions from viewers about existential and mundane matters. Leidy Churchman, Rashid Johnson, Amy Sillman, and Christopher Williams will contribute artworks for the occasion. We're also working with Bordowitz on a book that adapts “Some Styles of Masculinity,” a series of performances in which he probes the personas of the rock star, rabbi, and comedian, to be published next year.

https://www.canopycanopycanopy.com/contents/a-celebration-of-gregg-bordowitz

An advice show, artworks, and a book: Triple Canopy celebrates the inimitable artist, activist, writer, and educator.

"We don’t call the people who like the band fans: they’re accomplices; they’re committed to our ideas, not just the musi...
10/22/2020
Triple Canopy – Omniaudience (Side One) by Geeta Dayal, Gary Dauphin, Nina Sun Eidsheim, Nikita Gale, Daniela Gesundheit, David Horvitz, Sarah Kessler, Jasmine Nyende & Karen Tongson

"We don’t call the people who like the band fans: they’re accomplices; they’re committed to our ideas, not just the music. We want to align people with our politics through music.” — Jasmine Nyende in conversation with Nikita Gale for Omniaudience, our 2018–19 Public Engagement residency at the Hammer Museum. https://bit.ly/2TbR64y

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