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Time & Place: on the work of Lynn Marie Kirby

ISBN: 9781737838883
Binding: Paperback
Author: Lynn Marie Kirby
Editor: Addy Rabinovitch
Pages: 312
Trim: 6 x 9 inches
Published: 07/18/2024

Time & Place: on the work of Lynn Marie Kirby explores the author's work through a collection of newly commissioned writing and previously published essays by Etel Adnan, Barbara McBane, Charlie Hewison, Glenn Phillips, Etienne Kallos, Lynne Sachs, Jordan Stein, Jalal Toufic, Carolina Magis Weinberg, Tanya Zimbardo, and interviews with Kirby and Lissa Gibbs, Alexandra Grant, Megan Kiskaddon, Rachel Ralph, and Trinh T. Minh-ha. In lieu of standard photo documentation, the book includes Kirby's black & white scans.


Lynn Marie Kirby is an artist focused on questions of place, the residue of history, and social choreography. Her conceptual practice engages time as a material, different sensory systems, improvisation and collaboration, accidents that make her jump, and forms of contemplation. She is the co-author of XAB's previous publication Oracular Transmissions.