Talk Series: Ariel Goldberg: On The Estrangement Principle

Last spring Goldberg completed part one of “The Estrangement Principle”, which thinks about both the problems and productive aspects of labeling art as queer. Goldberg solicited response from readers after mailing 75 copies of the essay. They will revisit the ideas of part one alongside a slideshow of relevant photographs, which will be followed by a discussion.

Ariel Goldberg writes and performs poetic criticism. Recent publications include Picture Cameras (NoNo Press), The Photographer without a Camera (Trafficker Press), and The Estrangement Principle, selections of which appear in Aufgabe 11. Goldberg was awarded The Invisible Dog’s 2012 summer residency program to perform “The Photographer” and is the recipient of a 2012-2013 Franklin Furnace Fund grant.