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Masterpieces of Everyday New York: Objects as Story

I am pleased to share that the remarkable exhibition Masterpieces of Everyday New York: Objects as Story has been made into an online archive. You can listen to my contribution, a Ukrainian Record found in 1992 in the East Village here:

About the exhibition:
This exhibition features 62 objects selected by designers, artists, anthropologists, sociologists, historians, writers, and musicians—all faculty at The New School and inhabitants of New York—that each narrate a biography of this place. They are variously historical, cultural, technological, organic, novel, typical, skilled, shoddy, mundane, luxurious, exclusive, popular, sensual and even immaterial—and bring to life a city that is lovingly held, idiosyncratically experienced, and fundamentally shared.

Curated by Radhika Subramaniam and Margot Bouman.