exhibitions/films/performances, etc

a wall, slightly too thin — la Hold Music (Denise’s Ear)this figfestival not constancesoft rock / strange troubleToodyi catch a rare volededicationsfront matterPartly StressedShe Had Work To DoGuilding / The PithRuins, SpatsWhen One Says To Another


in various states of undress (or) I Saw All The Ants on the Planet: a short story about a lost anecdote for Ira Yonemura’s artist book mind reader. Tenderbooks, 2023 (available here) — The Making of a Film: an essay in response to Alex Hetherington’s Sister Films project. CCA Annex & MAP Magazine, June 2023 (read online) — THEY SAID!: an essay on Julius Eastman’s vocal composition Prelude to The Holy Presence of Joan d’Arc. The Grass is Green in the Fields for You, April 2023 (available here) — I Am Writing a Monologue: a pamphlet. Self published, November 2022 (click) — The Grocer’s Itch: a pamphlet. Self published, November 2022 (click), — You’ve Got a Nice Voice Actually, Scott: a review of Scott Caruth & Alex Hetherington’s joint exhibition Seen and Not Seen. MAP Magazine, July 2022 (read online) — Now for the doubters and the sceptics...: an essay on Jane Arden’s film Anti-Clock. Nothing Personal: Issue II, March 2022 (read online) — syncope. a character study: a short fiction dreams of a new tense. Counterflows on Paper, March 2022 (read online)Is it Ella or is it Memorex?: a text for a group publication made on the occasion of The Naming of Things. Bryony Dawson/Castlefield Gallery, August 2021 (read here) — Festival: a pamphlet. Self published, March 2021 (click) 

— jess higgins — artist & writer based in Glasgow — mostly into: forms & questions of performance ~ the voice & noise ~ listening relations ~ complicities & resistances vis a vis —–— organisation, capital, labour ~ you can gmail me: jessicasusanhiggins@gmail.com