CAS Resident Claudia La Rocco will be periodically working on-site at Studio 17 this week, Wednesday – Sunday. She welcomes anyone who wants to stop by, by chance or appointment, to chat about art, life, Norway, writing, sci-fi, music, and anything else that comes up! Pop in and see if she’s there, or email CAS at email@example.com.
Read an interview with her on CAS! Link below↓
Thanks studio17 for sharing their space this week!
CAS-gjest Claudia La Rocco jobber sporadisk i Studio 17 denne uken, onsdag – søndag. Hun ønsker alle som har lyst å komme innom, tilfeldig eller etter avtale, velkommen for å prate om kunst, livet, Norge, skriving, sci-fi, musikk og alt annet som måtte dukker opp! Stikk innom og se om hun er der, eller send en e-post til CAS på firstname.lastname@example.org.
Les et intervju med henne på CAS! Link nedenfor↓
Takk studio17 for at du deler plass denne uken!
Claudia La Rocco’s books include Quartet (Ugly Duckling Presse); The Best Most Useless Dress (Badlands Unlimited); and petit cadeau, published in live, digital, and print editions by the Chocolate Factory theater. With musician/composer Phillip Greenlief she is animals & giraffes, an experiment in multidisciplinary improvisation that has released the albums July (Edgetone Records) and Landlocked Beach (Creative Sources). Her poetry and prose are widely anthologized; she has also been a columnist for Artforum, a cultural critic for WNYC New York Public Radio, and from 2005-2015 was a critic and reporter for The New York Times. She is editor of The Back Room, a new publishing project at Small Press Traffic.
La Rocco has received grants and residencies from such organizations as the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation, and Headlands Center for the Arts. She teaches and lectures widely, at such institutions as Princeton University, Tokyo’s Dance New Air festival, and Movement Research. She edited I Don’t Poem: An Anthology of Painters (Off the Park Press) and Dancers, Buildings and People in the Streets, the catalogue for Danspace Projectʼs PLATFORM 2015, for which she was guest artist curator. From 2016-2021 she was editorial director of Open Space.