Harry Burke

Harry Burke (born 1990, lives and works in New York) is a British poet, critic, and curator. He was a curator at Artists Space, New York, where he organized a performance and reading program. He collaborated on the exhibition of Ho King Man and Hanne Lippard at SALTS, Basel, co-organized with Precious Okoyomon, the “Segue Reading Series” in New York, “Poetry as Practice” for the New Museum in New York and “Random House” for Arcadia Missa in London. He curated exhibitions at the Cell Project Space in London and at the Contemporary Art Center in Vilnius. His writings have appeared in Texte zur Kunst, Art in America, Spike Art Quarterly, Mousse, and in several artists' anthologies.

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Harry Burke - A diminished poetry - An expanding (and contracting) writerly. Fragments, for Rindon Johnson – Before publication #01
English edition
CEC (Centre d'édition contemporaine)
Presented as a work-in-progress, this text on American artist Rindon Johnson's video practice offers a reflection on the widening creative possibilities in the multimodal digital landscape, while discussing the political and personal aspirations of a new generation of artists and critics.

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