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Leena Joshi + Sophia Dahlin, introduced by Claire Grossman

Reading

Readings by Leena Joshi and Sophia Dahlin, with an introduction by Claire Grossman.

WHEN
Friday, May 20, 2022
7:00 pm
(Pacific Standard Time)
WHERE
NOTES ON ACCESsIBILITY

Wheelchair accessible.

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Leena Joshi

Leena Joshi is an artist, poet, and educator working across sculpture, video, performance, and text. Their work tends to the labor of appearance, illness, and desire for queer, racialized, and gendered people. Their projects often use the digital and virtual as spaces to explore a shifting, insufficient, and expansive definition of personhood. Leena’s written works can be found in SFMoMA’s Open Space, baest: a journal of queer forms and affects, Berkeley Poetry Review, the Felt, Monday: the Jacob Lawrence Gallery Journal, and TAGVVERK, among others. They hold an MFA from the University of California, Berkeley's department of Art Practice and work as the Digital Media Instructor at Creative Growth Arts Center in Oakland, California.

Sophia Dahlin

Sophia Dahlin is a poet in the East Bay. Her first book, Natch, came out in 2020 with City Lights. She teaches generative poetry workshops online, and she runs the Eyelet chapbook press and reading series with the poet Jacob Kahn.

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