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Ariel Goldberg’s The Estrangement Principle Reviewed at The Brooklyn Rail May 3, 2017: Ariel Goldberg’s The Estrangement Principle (Nightboat Books, 2016) is reviewed in the current issue of The Brooklyn Rail. Writes Phillip Griffith: “In The Estrangement Principle, [...] by

Ariel Goldberg on the Reappearing Question of Labeling Art ‘Queer’ September 20, 2016: “Simplicity Craving” by writer and photographer Ariel Goldberg is up at e-flux. Goldberg looks at the dangers of labeling of art as queer, recalling exhibitions and encounters like their [...] by

AIRPORTS FOR CLASSROOMS April 14, 2014: The music was designed to be continuously looped as a sound installation, with the intent to diffuse the tense, anxious atmosphere of an airport terminal. Maybe what I mean is more simple: music for [...] by

On Artist Moyra Davey’s The Problem of Reading January 7, 2014: Rachel Levitsky and Ariel Goldberg have had the minds’ eyes to write about Moyra Davey, the artist, photographer, and writer of incredible clarity (she’ll show New Yorkers at The Poetry [...] by

The Writing Is Protecting: Ariel Goldberg and Rachel Levitsky on the Writings of Julie Patton September 4, 2013: At Jacket2, Ariel Goldberg and Rachel Levitsky have posted a new text at “Social Reading”: their new space for “conversations about writing that has some urgency to it. This project [...] by

Social Reading Number One: Rachel Levitsky & Ariel Goldberg on Erika Staiti’s ‘The Undying Present’ August 7, 2013: Rachel Levitsky and Ariel Goldberg are beginning a new collaboration at Jacket2 entitled “Social Reading:” a collaborative, social practice in which Levitsky and Goldberg discuss writing [...] by

You Might Connect to Erika Staiti’s ‘The Planned Experiment’ August 28, 2012: We know it might be every day that a new poem is posted online (anyone got the stats on this?), but we’ve got to share with you the new work from Bay Area poet Erika Staiti that Robin [...] by