Delirium, Three Visions // Denver

Light Blue Desire and In Waiting; The Sea will be on view at Redline Contemporary Art Center in the exhibition Delirium, Three Visions, as part of Denver’s Month of Photography from March 9 - April 7, 2019. Curated by George P. Perez, John Lake, and Mark Sink.

Eschewing traditional notions of imagery, this exhibit aims to shake, disrupt, and dizzy our understanding of visual culture and modern society. Photography is both a broken concept and an ever expanding medium; fluctuating between complacent states of being and important diverse artistic models. Delirium: Three Visions, is a photo-based exhibit highlighting critical contemporary voices and amplifying challenging artists working in and around modes of photography.

image credit @ Matthew Pevear 2019

image credit @ Matthew Pevear 2019

Brooklyn Book Festival / 9.16.18

I will be speaking about Light Blue Desire on a panel at the Brooklyn Book Festival this month!

Words are just one way to tell a story, as any photographer, designer, or visual artist will tell you. But how do you craft a strong narrative when you employ one of these alternative storytelling formats? On this panel, photographer Cig Harvey (You an Orchestra You a Bomb), photographer Cecil McDonald, Jr. (In the Company of Black), and multidisciplinary artist Magali Duzant (Light Blue Desire) will discuss their processes for imparting a vision through images, artist books, and more. Moderated by VICE photography columnist Elyssa Goodman

Sept 16 3pm, Brooklyn Historical Auditorium, 128 Pierrepont St

Once In A Blue Moon Book Launch is an Artnet Editors' Pick!

Editors' Pick for this week, see here

Thursday, February 1

8. “Once in a Blue Moon” at Printed Matter, Inc.
A book launch and reading celebrating the release of Magali Duzant’s Light Blue Desire: A Manual to the Color Blue, aptly taking place on the evening of the astronomical phenomenon of a blue moon. The book is an investigation into the connection between language and form, specifically the color blue and how it functions as a metaphor and an idiom in the broad cultural landscape.

Location: Printed Matter, Inc., 231 11th Avenue
Price: Free
Time: Book launch & reading: 6 p.m.–8 p.m.

—Caroline Goldstein