ENTER > text: an Immersive Reading Installation

ENTER > Text’s reading event is at Concord art space on Saturday. | Photo: ENTER > Text

Concord art space in Los Angeles presents ENTER> text, an interactive reading event at which performers and attendees engage with each other to explore new ways of encountering text. Unlike other reading events, there isn’t a stage or podium. Instead, the participants are free to use the entire 3,000-square-foot space, from the gallery to bedrooms to vehicles and secret corners of the warehouse.

Created and curated by CalArts alumni Marco Franco Di Domenico and Henry Hoke, both 2011 graduates of the MFA Writing Program, they’ve secured a number of their fellow MFA Writing Program alumni as participants, including: Diana Arterian (MFA 11), Saehee Cho (MFA 10), Sam Cohen (MFA 10), Daniel Hockenson (MFA 11), Michael Molitch-Hou (MFA 12), Lan Pham (MFA 12), Tracy Jeanne Rosenthal (MFA 12), Kirsty Singer (MFA 2010), Stephen Van Dyck (Critical Studies, Music, IM MFA 09), as well as current student Kestrel Burley (Theater MFA 13) and School of Art alumna Amy Howden-Chapman (MFA 2011).

Concord Space
1010 N. San Fernando Road, Los Angeles
Nov. 17 from 8 pm-midnight

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