A collective reading of Renée Green’s Camino Road (1994), Asa Seresin and Nayare Soledad Otorongx.

Renée Green (b. 1959 in Cleveland, OH, lives in Somerville, MA, and New York, NY) is an artist, writer, and filmmaker known for her highly layered and formally complex multimedia installations in which ideas, perception, and experience are examined from myriad perspectives. Via films, essays and writings, installations, digital media, architecture, sound-related works, film series and events her work engages with investigations into circuits of relation and exchange over time, the gaps and shifts in what survives in public and private memories as well as what has been imagined and invented. Green’s exhibitions, videos and films have been seen throughout the world in museums and art institutions. In the last decade, her work has been featured in solo or group exhibitions at the Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery, Center for the Arts, Wesleyan University, Connecticut; moCa Cleveland; Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zurich; KW Institute for Contemporary Art and daadgalerie, Berlin; Carpenter Center for Visual Arts at Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.; MAK Center for Art + Architecture at the Schindler House, West Hollywood; and the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art and the New Museum, all in New York.

Asa Seresin is a writer and researcher based in London. He writes about sexuality, genre, art, comedy, and psychoanalysis, and is completing a PhD in English at the University of Pennsylvania.

Nayare Soledad Otorongx travesti torcida, tozuda y romántica. Poeta, DJ, conductora asalariada, curadora y sanadora. Tuvo una residencia artística en Matadero Madrid en 2020/2021, ha autopublicado su poemario Bendiciones travestis y algunas maldiciones.