In Memory of Feasible Grace
by Lynne DeSilva-Johnson
Lynne DeSilva-Johnson is a nonbinary artist and scholar working in performance, text, installation, and publication. She strives to make, facilitate, document, and archive radical, experimental work and process material across genres; in 2012 she founded the arts organization and press, The Operating System, in service of this mission. Lynne is the author of GROUND, blood atlas, Overview Effect, and In Memory of Feasible Grace (forthcoming), and co-author of A GUN SHOW with Adam Sliwinski/Sō Percussion. She is also co-editor of the anthologies RESIST MUCH, OBEY LITTLE: Inaugural Poems for the Resistance, and In Corpore Sano: Creative Practice and the Challenged Body. Lynne is also a visiting assistant professor at Pratt, workshop leader at Bowery Poetry, Libraries Editor at Boog City, and a maker of zines and art books, including the recent “Progeny Restoration Corporation.” She has recently been featured at La Mama, Parkside Lounge, Bowery Poetry, VON, Artists Space, Howl Happening, Bluestockings Books, Unnameable Books, Backroom Broadsides, Dixon Place, and the Sidewalk Cafe.