Ideas For Dozens
Last year Mike Daisey was at the center of a controversy that sparked a great deal of discussion surrounding the problem of authenticity, and the role of journalism in an art context. Our own Andrew Dickson wrote an essay exploring these conflicts. Aside from a general apology and an extremely awkward appearance on NPR, Daisey has remained silent regarding the controversy until now.
Tomorrow night (May 21) PICA hosts the world premier of Journalism, Mike Daisey’s new piece that directly responds to the events of last year, and the numerous problems that arise in pursuit of reporting “the truth.”
Tickets available online until midnight tonight (5/20), and at the door tomorrow.
Journalism, by Mike Daisey
May 21, 2013
Tiffany Center Emerald Ballroom
Benefit For All Out
Join writer Jeff Parker on Wednesday May 29 to celebrate the release of ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #1, featuring work by Jeff Parker and Chris Samnee, plus stories by Jeff Lemire and the team of Justin Jordan and Riley Rossmo. 100% of the proceeds from this issue will be donated to Allout.org to support their fight for LGBT equality.
We Enjoy: Thursday, April 25, 2013
- The Strange Case of the Super Mario Bros. Movie
- Louis C.K. Told a Feminist Rape Joke
- Prescience of Nelson
- Transitional Interfaces
- String of Executive Departures Leaves a Leadership Vacuum at the Top of Tumblr
- You, Me, and Chris Brown
- Save Cooper Union
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