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Open Space

Open Space is a hybrid, interdisciplinary publishing platform for artists, writers, et al.

Last Build Date: Tue, 12 Dec 2017 01:18:23 +0000


The Reverse Cheshire Cat

Mon, 11 Dec 2017 17:30:52 +0000


They’d been on that two-lane desert highway for weeks. Felt that way to Loyola, anyway. And Prof had picked today of all days to drive with the top down. Santa Ana windy day, the air gritty and gusty. Prof humming some ancient song along with her playlist. Prof glanced over at her. “Tired of being ... More

Limited Edition: A Roundabout Introduction

Mon, 11 Dec 2017 17:30:16 +0000


A small group of us sat bundled up on Ocean Beach one Saturday in mid-November, arranged facing the surf, in a rough semicircle where the sand broke off in a miniature cliff created by the tides. A perfect dance amphitheater, with dazzling sunshine for lighting design, wind and waves for a soundtrack. Myriad bodies moved ... More

Open Space is pleased to announce…

Mon, 11 Dec 2017 17:25:23 +0000


Open Space, SFMOMA’s contemporary arts and culture interdisciplinary platform, is pleased to announce Limited Edition, an online and live program dedicated to performance in San Francisco during the 2018 winter season. The result of an unprecedented partnership between CounterPulse, ODC Theater, Performance at SFMOMA, The Lab, and Z Space, Limited Edition builds on Open Space’s ... More

Living Room: Tim Sullivan/Steven Wolf

Thu, 07 Dec 2017 18:00:19 +0000


Artist Tim Sullivan reads a story by Steven Wolf, former director of Steven Wolf Fine Arts, narrating Wolf’s evolution from newspaper reporter to art dealer. Mystical prophecies and Mission District thrift stores figure in the tale.

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Remembering Ted Joans: Black Beat Surrealist

Tue, 05 Dec 2017 19:20:02 +0000


Ted Joans’ poetry is one paradigm of an era, soundings from one of the more colorfull individuals who lit it up, whose voice still brightens the curious world he ceaselessly observes. […] Ted is still the world’s most Bohemian Beat, Outside Brother. — Amiri Baraka What to say about this terrific, unbeatable and indefatigable person, ... More

Congratulations, You’re a New Narrative Subject

Mon, 04 Dec 2017 17:30:32 +0000


At dinner after Dodie Bellamy and Kevin Killian’s reading at BAMPFA, talk turns to Diana’s new piece at Fence — a clever, light-hearted jaunt through what happens to be the worst two years of our relationship. This publication has been for me a source of slight panic. I always cringe at a point in the ... More

Living Room: Steve Seid

Thu, 30 Nov 2017 17:50:41 +0000


Steve Seid, former curator at the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, talks about the National Center for Experiments in Television (1967–1975). In one lost-and-found work from the center, Joanne Kyger’s Descartes, he senses that “video itself is generating consciousness.”

Views of the Same Light: On nostalgia, collective making & how it all bends.

Wed, 29 Nov 2017 17:00:47 +0000


Today in my apartment, there’s no hot water. Four pots on the stove boil away for a bath. I’m used to it now after two weeks of enduring my building’s broken water heater. I’m so used to it that when I turn on the tap for the bath and it’s frigid and cold, I don’t ... More


Tue, 28 Nov 2017 18:00:18 +0000

All the time. Mugs full of flowers stolen from local gardens. Drawings: Jose’s pencil drawing, sharp and architectural. He’s pleased when he gets out of jail and comes by, sees it is still on the wall. Mariah gives me a painting and a drawing, changes her mind, says she wants money. I give her five ... More

Little House on the Rails

Mon, 27 Nov 2017 17:45:18 +0000


Many years before you could reliably use the internet to search for rare books, and before anyone had ever heard of a comic actor named Jack Black, I spent untold hours combing bookstore shelves hoping to find a first edition of You Can’t Win, a memoir written in 1926 by an earlier, more nefarious Jack ... More