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text + sound


Closing Event: Sunday, April 3rd, 2016 6-8 PM



Studio10 is pleased to present text + sound, a closing event for (         ) Audra Wolowiec with EmmaleaRusso, Karen Weiser, Tara Pelletier and Jeff Kurosaki.

Featuring an evening of text and sound, please join us at Studio 10 for a closing event to celebrate the exhibition (           ) by Audra Wolowiec. Emmalea Russo will read from a series of new works, Karen Weiser from her newly released Or, The Ambiguities (Ugly Duckling Presse), and artists Tara Pelletier and Jeff Kurosaki will perform music with visual accompaniment. 


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Emmalea Russo is a Brooklyn-based artist and writer. She is the Managing Editor at Ugly Duckling Presse (UDP) and the author of they (Gauss PDF, 2014), CLEAR1NG (Dancing Girl Press, 2014), and book of southern and water (Poor Claudia, 2013).


Karen Weiser is the author of Or, The Ambiguities (UDP, 2015), To Light Out (UDP, 2010), Dear Pierre (Well Greased Press, 2012), Placefullness (UDP, 2004), and Pitching Woo (Cy Press, 2006). Residencies include Robert Rauschenberg Foundation and Process Space, through the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and a New York Foundation of the Arts Fellowship in Poetry. She lives in New York City where she teaches and writes on 19th century American Literature.


Jeff Kurosaki and Tara Pelletier are a collaborative duo based in the Hudson Valley, New York who build multi-layered narrative projects using sculpture, video, music, and performance. They have exhibited and performed internationally and at Vox Populi (PA), Wave Hill Gardens (NY), Palisades (NY), Cake Shop (NY) and Present Company (NY). They recently released Passing Showers, an EP with their band REAL THINGS.

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Image from Or, The Ambiguities by Karen Weiser, Ugly Duckling Press


"Its ambiguities, its ors are everywhere dispersed in crystalline surfaces, luminous depths." —Joan Retallack 


"Text is dream and two dreams in one" —Eileen Myles


 STUDIO10 is located at 56 Bogart Street (Morgan Avenue stop on the L train) in Bushwick. Gallery hours: Thursday through Sunday 1-6 pm or by appointment.

Contact: (718)852-4396,

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