‘Fiery Fodder’ Closing Reception with performances by Alex Auder, Alexandra Egan, James Hannaham and Linda Mary Montano
Sun, Jan 21, 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

PERFORMANCE, READING, RECEPTION / PARTY

Join us for the closing brunch-time party for our outgoing exhibition, Fiery Fodder, with live performances by Alex Auder, Alexandra Egan, James Hannaham and Linda Mary Montano.

Curated by Angela Dufresne, Fiery Fodder features work by Larissa Bates . Rosa Booth . Wells Chandler . Elena del Rivero . Kerry Downey . Judy Glantzman . Glenn Goldberg . Brenda Goodman . James Hannaham . Mala Iqbal . Valesca Lafrance . Shona Macandrew . Linda Mary Montano . Maritza Ranero . Lisa Sanditz . Aparna Sarkar . Dasha Shishkin . Pat Sprott . Raya Terran . Molly Zuckerman-Hartug. Read more about the exhibition here.

Alex Auder is a writer, performance artist, actress, portrait artist, and yoga teacher based in Philadelphia. Born in New York City to mother Viva, a Warhol superstar, and father Michel Auder, an award-winning filmmaker who directed Chelsea Girls, Alex was raised in the Chelsea Hotel and steeped in the downtown art world of the seventies and eighties. Auder has been a featured character in HBO’s High Maintenance and has acted in the films of Wim Wenders, Jodie Foster, and Rainer Judd, among others. She resides in Philadelphia with her husband and two children.

Alexandra Egan is a writer and artist living in Meredith, NY and Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. Recent poems have appeared in Posit Journal, Bodega Mag and elsewhere. Her work documents the viscera of our shared human experience. She can be found at alexandraegan.com

James Hannaham wrote the books Pilot Impostor, God Says No, and Delicious Foods, which won the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction. Both Delicious Foods and his latest novel, Didn’t Nobody Give a Shit What Happened to Carlotta, were winners of the Hurston/Wright Legacy Award, New York Times Notable Books, and finalists for the LA Times Book Prize. His visual art has been shown at Open Source Gallery, Main Street Arts, and DC Moore Gallery, and will be part of the group show MURRMUR: Blurs and Senses at the Institute for Contemporary Art in Richmond, VA. He recently received a Guggenheim fellowship.