NADA Presents: Sunday
Sunday, May 17
1pm: Aeromoto and Wendy’s Subway Present A+WS
At NADA, Aeromoto and Wendy’s Subway will present A+WS, a collaboratively curated library and reading room designed by Tyler Polich and Hannah Wilentz, with a specific focus on artist books, periodicals, and exhibition catalogues by Latin American publishers. In developing subject- or action-specific, idiosyncratic book pairings, A+WS reflects the resonances from library to library and from book to book, and envisions the library as a space for social and artistic practice. To extend the library’s activity as a space for engagement and dialogue, A+WS has invited artists, writers, publishers, organizers, and readers based in Mexico City, New York, and elsewhere, to contribute interventions and responses to the library collection. These interventions, which will take the form of printed matter and ephemera, additions to the catalogue, limited edition art, poetry, and criticism publications, instructions for modes of reading, and performances or micro-lectures will be exhibited in the reading room throughout the fair, and presented on Sunday, May 17th at 1pm in NADA’s event space.
3pm: On Connectivity
Sara O’Keeffe, Assistant Curator, New Museum, hosts a discussion with niv Acosta, Antoine Catala, and Gregory Fong and Emily Segal of K-HOLE, on the New Museum’s 2015 Triennial: Surround Audience.