With a reading by Fiona Alison Duncan, joined by artist Matt Hilvers, plus pre-Winter specials!
We are very happy to host the Paris launch of Exquisite Mariposa, a contemporary memoir about transitioning from reality TV and immaterial networks towards the Real, “a phenomenological state few humans live in...” which is at the time of the novel situated in Koreatown, Los Angeles.
I’ve loved the Internet. Without it, I wouldn’t have met Mariposa or Susan, Kimia, Ana, Clara, Amalia, Asher, Alexa, Stefan, or Misty. The Internet delivered me my interiority: multivalence, confidence. It was my playground, a training ground. Circa 2012–2015, my full-immersion years, I loved the Internet like my life depended on it. Now I’m suggesting we break up, more like it’s time to transition to an open relationship.
Fiona Alison Duncan’s Exquisite Mariposa is published by Soft Skull Press.
Also on view at rue Jarry :
more ceramics by Natsuko Uchino ¨°]°¨
& … Christmas book sales \°0°/