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Launch tomorrow in Brooklyn, New York

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We will be launching “Little Houses, Big Forests (desire is no light thing)” at the Spoonbill & Sugartown event space, 99 Montrose Ave, Brooklyn, NY, tomorrow evening from 7pm. Come by and celebrate with us! We will also be exhibiting the photo collages, film and soundscape as we did at the London launch. The project is titled “In the Dark, Dark Room” and was created in collaboration with Klaudia Domurat.   Advertisements

Launch in New York City

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  Following our successful book launch and exhibition in London with coverage by the BBC, we will now be launching in New York City on February 22 at the wonderful Spoonbill Books, Brooklyn. I will read from my book at 7:30, followed by the screening of our new film with a soundscape by Klaudia Domurat. The launch will be accompanied by the exhibition of photo collage works that were also featured at the London launch. For more […]

London launch coverage

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Following our successful launch in London of my book “Little Houses, Big Forests (desire is no light thing)” along with the accompanying exhibition, we received some coverage from the BBC and others. Take a look, listen and enjoy to get to know more about the project from the BBC’s point of view… BBC Instagram BBC Short Interview BBC Longer Interview (from 24mins) Electric Sheep Magazine Repeater Books Interview with John Tintera Featured in the ICI […]

New artists-in-residence

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2016 / Our Little Wooden House in the Forest / siouxzi mernagh: words | 'in the dark dark room' 2013

As featured on @Mustarinda’s Facebook page: New artists-in-residence ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ November 2016 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ SIOUXZI CONNOR & KLAUDIA DOMURAT Siouxzi Connor is a Sydney-born writer and artist based in Berlin. A former research fellow of the ICI Berlin Institute for Cultural Inquiry, Siouxzi brings together experimental narrative work in literature and film, exploring ritual, tradition, ecology and female sexuality. She works for Little Sun, the solar energy project of Danish-Icelandic artist Studio Olafur Eliasson, and is an […]