[June 22] Ain’t I a Woman (?/!): Audio Frequencies by Nicole Goodwin

3 – 5 pm on June 22

Building 10A, Nolan Park Governors Island

Ain’t I a Woman (?/!): Audio Frequencies is the reimagining of a collection of poetry that speaks to the plight of African-American women as well as personal narratives that archive the journey I am undergoing as a liberated Black woman. Interwoven with sound, music and voice, Ain’t I a Woman (?/!): Audio Frequencies is an experience rather than an ordinary audio book. Born out of the realm of performance art and poetry, spilling over into experimental sound art is the sojourn of this project.

Nicole Goodwin

Nicole Goodwin is the author of Warcries, as well as the 2018-2019 Franklin Furnace Fund Recipient, the 2018 Ragdale Alice Judson Hayes Fellowship Recipient, 2017 EMERGENYC Hemispheric Institute Fellow as well as the 2013- 2014 Queer Art Mentorship Queer Art Literary Fellow. She published the articles “Talking with My Daughter…” and “Why is this Happening in Your Life…” in the New York Times’ parent blog, Motherlode. Additionally, her work ‘”Desert Flowers” was shortlisted and selected for performance by the Women’s Playwriting International Conference in Cape Town, South Africa.

Collaborators: Kevin Ramsay

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Twitter: @LSGoldwyn

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