An afternoon celebrating the launch of HEJ: a print-curatorial project

Sunday, November 11, 2012, 4:00 – 5:00 PM

Artbook @ MoMA/PS1 Magazine Store, 22-25 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101

HEJ: a print-curatorial project is proud to release its first issue, a publication featuring interdisciplinary work by
an international group of 25 artists, writers, and curators. Rigorously curated yet accessible in form and content, HEJ is a tangible space for creative and critical production—in a variety of genres—to overlap, interact, and create meaningful discourse. HEJ balances theoretical and aesthetic concerns, while considering, in print format, the rapid changes in artistic dialogue within the context of the Internet.

In celebration of its first issue, contributors to and friends of HEJ will present their works, continuing
conversations started within the issue.

Please join us on Sunday, November 11 at 4:00 PM for readings by Jameson Fitzpatrick and Sabrina Reich-Kabos and a discussion between artist Faith Holland and Alex Tatusian, BF Bifocals founder and designer of HEJ no. 1, on working across media in the digital age.

HEJ no. 1 is curated by Charlie Tatum and Dana Kopel.

Copies will be available for purchase at the event.

Contributors to HEJ no. 1 are

Alex Tatusian
Anna Topuriya
Annalise Hagen
Beryl Bevilacque
Charlie Tatum
Dana Kopel
David Berridge
Elise Largesse
Fiona Williams
Gregory Kaplowitz
Hyunjee Nicole Kim
Jameson Fitzpatrick
Javier R. Casado
Jeff Pash
Julie Panton
Julius Nielsen
Kamila Musilova
Kelsey Kline
Kurt Yalcin
Majla Zeneli
Marie Irmgard
Pedro Ramos
Pier-Yves LaRouche
Raffaele Monti
Sabrina Reich-Kabos.

Heres to you Miss America II
Something shot through my head and maybe I even lost a tooth or two, in the back of mind I see someone carrying boxes in a dark blue t-shirt and I am thinking that it’s strange to be moving boxes in a t-shirt in the middle of winter and the prognosis is really not good and the forecast is even worse.I want to go ballroom dancing and I need to get drunk; una lacrima sul viso, I hope you see why I can’t come. It’s 4:47. This is how it goes and here’s to you Miss America.*

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