Perwana Nazif is an independent writer and curator in addition to her work as the Art Director for the Los Angeles Review of Books. Her essays, interviews, and reviews have appeared in The Quietus, Artforum, SFAQ, and the Vinyl Factory, amongst others.
A reissue of the artist’s incantatory program book from a 1989 exhibition of his work....
Coincidences, Chance, and Champignons
Perwana Nazif reads across the works and correspondences of John Cage and Merce Cunningham....
Archiving Revolution on 858.ma
Perwana Nazif discusses 858.ma, the Egyptian Revolution, and the radical potential in poor sound....
BLARB BLOG POSTS
Los Angeles Plays Itself as Itself
There Began My History: Ariana Reines’s A Sand Book
A (Non-Selective) Heard Violence: Interview with Poet Claire Marie Stancek
Monsters in Ballet Slippers: Chagall’s Designs for the Performing Arts