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Class Reunion



Paper Cuts' seventh installment follows Adriana Atema, Eno Edet, and Arno Mokros, three New York creatives deep in the world of fine art, zines, and DIY publishing.

Adriana Atema is a multi-disciplinary creative dynamo artist living in Red Hook. She is a painter, performance and installation artist, musician, and writer exploring interconnectivity, perception and story. She has been exhibiting and performing across the US and working on new ways to share her engaging work with a wide audience.

Eno Edet was born in Queens, and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. In 2008, he moved back to New York City, and started doing experimental theatre in Manhattan's Lower East Side with The Living Theatre for five years. In 2013, when the theatre lost it's residence, Eno started to create his own children's books.

Arno Mokros is an aspiring art historian invested in the personal as political. He creates zines exploring queerness, art, and how histories are written. He graduated from Smith College in 2013, and currently lives in Brooklyn.

Class Reunion



This installation of Paper Cuts focuses on an ensemble of three artists. After half a decade of working in experimental theater, Queens native Eno Edet began writing children’s books, his intention being to impart happiness to people’s lives. His two zines (Hey Kid, Can You Spare a Dream and Dada) emphasize the importance of cultivating imagination. Aspiring artist and queer culture explorer Arno Mokros reads from his zine T-22, a compelling perspective on the power of imagery and the search to discover and come to terms with gender identity. Red Hook resident and multi-disciplinary artist Adriana Atema reads from her book of poetry, Little Sister, a project that has culminated over a decade of writing. Each poem read by the show guests embodies its own personality yet flows into the next, drawing you in and embroidering an intimate atmosphere that explores the act of storytelling.

Adriana Atema is a multi-disciplinary creative dynamo artist living in Red Hook, Brooklyn. She is a painter, performance and installation artist, musician and writer. Adriana’s work explores interconnectivity, perception and story. She has been exhibiting and performing across the US - working on new ways to share her engaging work with a wide audience.

Eno Edet was born in Queens, and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. In 2008, he moved back to New York City, and started doing experimental theatre in Manhattan's Lower East Side with The Living Theatre for five years. In 2013, when the theatre lost it's residence, Eno started to create his own children's books.

Arno Mokros is an aspiring art historian invested in the personal as political. He creates zines exploring queerness, art, and how histories are written. He graduated from Smith College in 2013, and currently lives in Brooklyn.
 

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Paper Cuts is an exploration of the contemporary world of zines and DIY publishing. Hosted by Christopher Kardambikis, each program will feature writers, performers, and artists who have shared their work in print, on paper, and in small editions. Zines are truly dynamic publications that have built and supported engaged communities around ideals, experiences, genres, music, politics, poetry…anything that can be printed, shared, and/or mailed. The series will act as a cross section of this varied landscape and rich history. Listen to voices that would normally live in your hands and demand your eyeballs.
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