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Experiments & Disorders In NYC

By Charlotte Robinson, May 18, 2015
Experiments & Disorders is Dixon Place's long running literary series curated by Christen Clifford & Tom Cole in NYC. On Tuesday May 19th it will feature Jay Critchley & Jennifer Tamayo at Dixon Place on 161A Chrystie Street at 7:30P. Come out for an evening of bite-sized servings of some of their best talents for a one-hour amazing reading. Jay Critchley is a multi-media visual & performance artist based in Provincetown, Massachusetts whose work & activism have traversed the globe, showing in Argentina, Japan, England, Holland, Germany, Columbia, France & Spain. He was recently featured on LOGO TV & BBC/UK. As an AIDS activist Jay founded the Provincetown Harbor Swim for Life & Paddler Flotilla in 1987 that has raised over a million dollars to fight HIV/AIDS. Critchley first solo museum show, "Jay Critchley, Incorporated" will be held at Provincetown Art Association & Museum May 1st to June 21st. Jennifer Tamayo born in Colombian is a transnational artist & activist based in New York City. JT is the author of the collection of poems & artwork, Red Missed Aches Read Missed Aches Red Mistakes Read Mistakes (Switchback, 2011 Selected by Cathy Park Hong) & the limited edition chapbook POEMS ARE THE ONLY REAL BODIES. Her second full collection, YOU DA ONE, was published in the fall of 2014. Since 2010 JT has served as the Managing Editor for Futurepoem an independent NYC press publishing contemporary poetry & prose. The event is free.
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