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Caitlin Berrigan & Marianne Shaneen
The Poetry Project at St. Mark's Church
New York, NY
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Caitlin Berrigan & Marianne Shaneen
Caitlin Berrigan works across performance, video, sculpture, text and public choreographies to engage with the intimate and embodied dimensions of power, politics, and capitalism. She has created special commissions for the Whitney Museum of American Art, Harvard Carpenter Center, and the deCordova Museum. Her work has shown at Storefront for Art & Architecture, Hammer Museum, Anthology Film Archives, LACMA, Goldsmiths London, Homeworks Beirut, and the Vancouver Olympics, among others. She has received grants & residencies from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, Graham Foundation, PROGRAM for Art & Architecture Berlin, Wassaic Project, and Akademie Schloss Solitude. She holds a Masters in visual art from MIT and a B.A. from Hampshire College. She is a PhD candidate at the Vienna Academy of Art, and a research affiliate of the NYU Tandon School of Engineering Technology, Culture and Society.

Marianne Shaneen is a Lebanese/Mexican-American writer of fiction, poetry, and essays, who also works in documentary video. Shaneen received her MFA in writing from the Bard Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts. She has been awarded fellowships at the MacDowell Colony and at Yaddo, and received a NYSCA Individual Artist grant for her documentary video essaya poetic, playful, provocative exploration of fluid identity and trans-species possibility. Her work has appeared in Bomb, The Brooklyn Rail, Manchester University Press, Vanitas, and elsewhere. Her chapbook Lucent Amnesis was published by Portable Press/Yo-Yo Labs. She is currently finishing her first novel, Hominga speculative fiction work that experiments with what she calls writing in the first non-human-person, from the perspective of various animals, plants, a stone, plastic. Amidst eco-destruction and military and corporate control of technologies and bodies, its female protagonist asks, Where does self end and other begin? As she realizes that everywhere home might be is becoming uninhabitable, personal trauma becomes increasingly entwined with ecological trauma. She lives in Brooklyn and in upstate New York, with her partner and their dog Rupert Pupkin.

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The Poetry Project at St. Mark's Church (View)
131 E. 10th St.
New York, NY 10003
United States

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