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Volitia in Spring | Melissa Marks & Victoria Loustalot

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Melissa Marks. Volitia Changes Course. Color pencil on paper. 17 x 11 inches. 2018.

Volitia in Spring | Melissa Marks & Victoria Loustalot

Conversation & Reception: Wednesday, May 30, 6—8PM

Join us for champagne in the garden to celebrate Planthouse’s new broadside poster Meeting Volitia, an essay by Victoria Loustalot, published in conjunction with the exhibition Melissa Marks: Volitia Returns.”In a radical moment made of ambition and luck, Volitia, a detachable drip/mutable blob/Pollock leftover, caught a glimpse of herself in the mirror and became self-aware.”
Melissa Marks“It’s the moment in the cartoon with the stars and the tornado and the exclamation point and the cymbals crashing and the sky imploding when the ordinary goes to chaos . . .”
—Victoria Loustalot, Meeting VolitiaVictoria Loustalot (pronounced LOO–STA–LOW) has written for the The New York TimesThe New Yorker online, The OnionWomen’s Wear Daily, and Publishers Weekly, among many other publications. She earned her BA as well as her MFA from Columbia University, where she has also taught undergraduate writing seminars. Previously, she worked at Twitter as the Global Program Manager for @TwitterMoments. She is the author of the books This Is How You Say Goodbye, Living Like Audrey, and the forthcoming Future Perfect: A Skeptic’s Journey into the Fact, Fiction, and Fraud of Mystics (January 2019). Visit her at www.victorialoustalot.com

For more information about Volitia Returns, visit click here.

Meeting Volitia broadside available here.
Facebook event here.